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The idea of the world ending is absurd, says Nasa. Read more:

Nasa has gone among the prophets.

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It was 10 years ago that veteran NASA scientist David Morrison began to answer a question a day from the public about the origin of life on Earth, evolution and the mysteries of the cosmos.

Lately, though, Morrison, senior scientist at the NASA Astrobiology Institute, has been inundated with questions about both Doomsday 2012 and the Nibiru cataclysm, a supposed apocalyptic event in which Earth will collide with a massive rogue planet.

"I think it was about 4 years ago, early in 2008, I started getting 5 questions a day about 2012, and now it has increased," Morrison told "The most common question is, 'Will the world end on December 21, 2012?' I find that strange because the idea of the world ending is absurd. Do they really think, 'The world is ending, but if I build a bomb shelter in my back yard, I'll survive'?"


Nasa says the idea of the world ending is absurd. That is what Nasa says. A senior scientist.

Nasa foretells the future. They are gone among the soothsayers, among the fortune-tellers.

They canít even forecast the weather for the next few days, but now they want to forecast the events in the universe, the collisions between two objects in space.

Only 2008 they succeeded for the first time to observe an object approaching earth before it hit earth. 19 hours advance they had. Astronomers discovered the asteroid only 19 hours before the collision with earth.

On this website we had
2009 Feb 02 Ė Matter is passing, just changing into something else all the time
and there we were told that our world appears to be quite lost in an endless swirl of colliding matter Ė countless universes, planets and comets smashing into other unimaginable objects.

And Nase itself reports such events all the time. But now they say it canít happen. They say it is absurd.

And on this website, here at, we again and again express the opinion that scientists might be crazy. And when we then read what people at Nasa have to say, then one can only come to the conclusion that they are crazy Ė most of them.

Everywhere in the universe things are colliding, but here on our planet it is not possible. It canít be. It is absurd.


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