Conspiracy theorist say the mysterious planet Nibiru is at it again, this time pointing to November 19th as the end of the world.
Numerologists who regularly publicize Nibiru-related conspiracy theories say the rogue planet will enter the inner solar system to throw Earth off its orbit and and cause catastrophic earthquakes. They say life on Earth as we know it could be at and end on Sunday.
But don’t max out your credit cards just yet. This has happened before.
Numerologist David Meade claimed Nibiru would crash into Earth on September 23rd, according to the Sun. When September 24th came around and nothing had changed, Mead made another prediction, claiming there’d be seven years of nuclear war starting October 21st.
Now, conspiracy theorists are again trying to predict the future, and there prediction is, yet again, the world will end thanks to the rogue planet they insist actually exists.
According the world’s space agencies, it doesn’t. But numerologists say it’s all part of a cover-up. According to them, NASA’s in on it, and the elite are ready to take shelter underground.
Fox News reports:
Nibiru is a hypothesized planet located on the outer edges of our solar system that allegedly completes one orbit around the sun every 3,600 years and theorists believe that its gravitational influence has disrupted the orbits of other planets in the solar system over hundreds of years ago and that Earth’s time is nigh.
It’s also claimed that this alleged planet sends plasmatic energy particles through our solar system and that the flow of energy can disrupt the core flows of the earth and trigger drastic and dangerous changes in the climate.
The conspiracy theory has gained so much traction as of late that NASA officials were forced to comment on the improbability of Nibiru.
“There is no credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru,” Dr. David Morrison, a scientist with NASA, said to the U.K.’s Daily Express. “There are no pictures, no tracking, no astronomical observations.”
If a real planet were headed for Earth, astronomers would know right away.
It could, first of all, be seen. Also, as the conspiracy theorists claim, it would throw off the orbits of the inner planets. But not just Earth’s. All of them. And that, along with the planet itself, would be pretty hard to miss.
Fox News continues:
Morrison adds that there’s proof positive that Nibiru does not exist and is not a threat to Earth.
“Firstly, if there was a planet headed into the inner solar system that was going to come close to the Earth, it would already be inside the orbit of Mars, it would be bright, it would be easily visible to the naked eye — if it was up there it would be easy to see it, all of us could see it.”
Even officials at FEMA were forced to release a statement in an attempt to quell any hysteria about the end of days, in which they say that they have us covered … just in case.
“FEMA partners with NASA to develop guidance on preparing for any potential impacts to Earth from natural space objects,” a FEMA spokesperson said to Newsweek. “Upon notification from NASA of an impending impact threat to the United States, FEMA would take the lead to notify appropriate federal, state and local authorities and emergency response institutions.”
Are we being lied to by everybody except a handful of numerologists who finally got the math right?
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