NASA: Why the World Didn't End Yesterday
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Nasa is so confident that the world will not end on December 21, 2012 that it has released a "told you so" video a week early.

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The four-minute film debunks theories that the end of the ancient Mayan calendar will signal the destruction of Earth. “Look around you. The whole thing was a misconception from the very beginning.” The theory that the world will end on Dec 21, 2012 has been inferred by some because it marks the close of the 5,125-year Mayan “Long Calendar.” Suggestions as to how the demise of humanity will come include a celestial collision with a mythical planet called Nibiru, a comet impact, or being burned to death by giant solar flares.   Mayans themselves reject the idea that their ancient ancestors predicted the day of Armageddon. The end of the calendar will simply mean a new era is ushered in. NASA compares the end of the calendar to a car odometer rolling over and starting again.   “None of the ruins, tablets and standing stones that archaeologists have examined foretell the end of the world.   “No known asteroids or comets are on a collision course with Earth. Neither is a rogue planet coming to destroy us. It would already be the brightest object in the sky. “You don’t need to ask the government, just go out and look. It’s not there. “The sun has been flaring for billions of years and it has never destroyed the world once.”
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