December 21 is not the end of the world, says NASA Youtube video

Science used to debunk doomsday myths


Despite the Mayan calendar, and at least one doomsday action film, December 21, 2012 is NOT going to be the end of the world, says NASA in a Youtube video.

The Mayan long-count calendar doesn’t end on Dec. 21, 2012, according to research from Dr. John Carlson. Though, Dec. 21, 2012 is an important date where — much like an odometer on a car — the Mayan calendar just rolls over and repeats itself.

Also, no known asteroids or comets are on a collision course with Earth. There are no rogue planets on their way, either. (If there was, we would already be able to see it as the brightest object in the night sky.)

Phew. Here’s the video that debunks common end-of-world myths using proven science:

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December 21 is not the end of the world, says NASA Youtube video


  2. end of world is must and the day is called in ISLAM QAYAMAT>>>

  3. Nothing is going to happen. Dates are arbritary

  4. Nothing is going to happen its all a load of shit its screring the shit out of my boy

  5. That this would even be a question in the 21st century is stunning.

    Grow up, people.

  6. This you tube video says that every day is the end of the world…for somebody

    “Something Completely Different Off That Wall Out In Left Field”

  7. “fear sells”, and i smell $$$$$$$$$, lot of it!!!!

  8. Well it could be. You never know when death will come. Eventually, it happens to all of us in case you didn’t know.

  9. There are about 200,000 births and 100,000 deaths on Planet Earth in a
    single day. Do you know when YOUR end of the world will be?

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