Cataclysm of Nibiru: this is what NASA says about the theory of the end of the world.
Although the U.S. space agency, NASA, rejects the possibility that the end of the world will occur this September 23 due to a collision with a planet, followers of Nibiru’s cataclysm theory hope that this Saturday human civilization will come to an end.
NASA has denied on more than one occasion that there is a planet called Nibiru. Much less is there a concrete possibility that it will collide with the Earth. However, conspiracy theorists following Nibiru’s cataclysm theory continue to spread these rumors on the Internet.
What is the Nibiru cataclysm? It is an apocalyptic scenario where a planetary object will collide with the Earth at the beginning of the 21st century. The conspirators usually call this planet Nibiru and Planet X.
However, the idea that a planet or object the size of a planet is approaching Earth in the near future has no scientific support and has been rejected by astronomers and NASA, being considered an Internet lie.
At first it was believed that the end of the world would be in 2003. Then when life followed its course on Earth, the conspirators made Nibiru’s theory coincide with the end of a calendar cycle in May on December 21, 2012.
In 2017 the Nibiru cataclysm theory revived when the conspirator David Meade quoted several Bible passages and predicted that the planet would reach Earth in October 2017, although he later corrected its date and said that the end of the world would be September 23, 2017, referring to a supposedly unique configuration of the Sun, Moon and planets*.
This time it also relied on the total solar eclipse recorded in the U.S. last August. False news appeared in the portals, even indicating that NASA had confirmed the existence of Nibiru.
However, NASA has only once again denied the existence of Nibiru. Even one of its astronomers, David Morrison, produced a video – broadcast on YouTube – explaining that Nibiru does not exist.
Nibiru is not planet X – Cataclysm of Nibiru
Although they are named as if they were the same, Nibiru is not Planet X. In fact, the so-called Planet X is the name that the researcher Percival Lowell gave to a hypothetical world beyond Neptune, which until the beginning of the 20th century was the farthest planet in the Solar System.
With this hypothesis, an attempt was made to explain a phenomenon of disturbances in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. This research led to the discovery of Pluto.
By 2014 NASA’s WISE mission ruled out the existence of Planet X after making an inspection beyond Pluto’s orbit.
By 2016, a Calthec investigation opened the door to a possible new planet, called Planet Nine, that could exist in the outer Solar System. The existence of this world could explain the peculiar orbits of two groups of objects in the Kuiper belt.