Conspiracy theories on how Nibiru or “Planet X” would be the finish of the world has been happening for round twenty years. After the final doomsday prediction of September 23 failed, conspiracy fanatics have given a brand new date – November 19.
Planet X, or Nibiru, refers to a mythological planet in our photo voltaic system that conspiracy theorists imagine would crash into Earth and wipe out the human race, a concept constantly dismissed by NASA and different specialists as nothing however “internet hoax”.
David Meade, a self-proclaimed Christian researcher has written a guide – “Planet X — The 2017 Arrival” – and predicts that Nibiru will crash into Earth, inflicting catastrophic destruction. The planet is believed to be 10 occasions the dimensions of the Earth.
In 2016, the date of crash was August 21, then it was September 23, 2017. Over the twenty years there have been a dozen dates when the Planet X was speculated to crash into Earth, however it by no means occurred. And now there’s a new date.
NASA has debunked the Nibiru concept. Last month, the house company mentioned it believes a ninth planet does exist that could be 10 occasions the mbad of Earth however 20 occasions farther from the Sun than Neptune. Debunking the ‘Nibiru’ fantasy, it mentioned the mentioned planet is “extraordinarily distant and can keep that means.”
In September, debunking the doomsayers, the NASA had mentioned, “Various individuals are ‘predicting’ that world will finish on September 23 when one other planet collides with Earth.”
“The planet in question, Nibiru, doesn’t exist, so there will be no collision. The story of Nibiru has been around for years (as has the ‘days of darkness’ tale) and is periodically recycled into new apocalyptic fables,” it had mentioned.
Dr David Morrison, an astronomer at NASA Ames Research Center, on Wednesday spoke concerning the newest date.
“You’re asking me for a logical explanation of a totally illogical idea. “There is no such planet, there has never been, presumably there never will be,” he mentioned on a scientific radio present.
“This year alone, the Nibiru doomsday date has been updated twice: the apocalypse was originally scheduled for September 23, moved to October 21, and now, the powers that be have settled on November 19,” he added. “Honestly, if Nibiru is real — which it definitely isn’t — it sounds like a mbadive flake.”
Nibiru believers are, nonetheless, not satisfied and are on the lookout for an answer to cease the approaching doom.
Some have even demanded that the NASA makes use of the world’s nuclear arsenal to blast Planet X out of the sky.