NASA launches its 10 days and video explaining why the world did not end
The issue doomsday on December 21 has climbed at all levels, and NASA has a site dedicated to the subject , quite confident that the world will end. Are so confident in the agency, which launched 10 days before a video explaining why the world did not end yesterday.
Of course, it was meant for people to see him on Dec. 22, but something must have gone wrong in the calculation. The video entitled “Why the world did not end yesterday,” explains the origins of the idea of the end of the world, and scientists say about it.
On one hand, we have the explanation for the Maya measured time in cycles, including 400-year blocks called baktun. In turn, the calendar has 13 baktuns, and once you get to 13, then you have to start counting again. NASA compared to an odometer in a car, which has five cylinders with the digits 0 through 9. When it reaches 99999, the next number will be 00000, but that does not mean that the car will be destroyed or to be born again.
It also denies that the sun can cause problems, because although it is nearing its point of highest activity in its 11-year cycle, this cycle has been much more moderate than events in the past, and it did not destroy the world .
Regarding the possibility that a planet lost in space will collide with Earth – as a story that round out there, the Sumerians discovered a planet called Nibiru that would head us – NASA says that if something came over here , we would have seen just looking at the sky. The object would be the brightest in the sky if you were so close to bumping on December 21.
We leave you with the video, which unfortunately is in English.
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