Earth Slated To End In Two Weeks – Here’s Why It’s False

For as long as humans have lived on planet Earth, individuals and groups have provided justification – the vast majority of which has been not factual and certainly unfounded in any form of science or truthfulness – for the end of the world as we know it.

Most recently, a 2012 “scare” – it didn’t scare anybody with any grasp the science behind any of the many happenings in outer space – involved a calendar from the long-extinct Mayan civilization. That calendar was created thousands of years ago. It was said to have ended sometime in 2012, which thousands of people around the globe somehow interpreting the end of the calendar as the end of the world.

Some Christians even said that the end of that set-in-stone – literally – Mayan calendar would bring out the Rapture. As everyone who’s lived past that date in 2012 has assuredly realized, the Rapture didn’t come about, and nobody died as a direct result as unstoppable forces throughout human society and the heavens – the stars, planets, and other celestial bodies and the gravitational and electromagnetic forces found throughout them.

Even more recently, a digital tabloid newspaper called the Daily Express has publicly claimed that a lining-up of planet Earth and other celestial bodies would call for the end of planet Earth and all the humans, animals, fish, and other organisms living on it.

What day is this supposed to happen? These so-called “experts” – they’re obviously not experts, as they sure as anything don’t know what they’re talking about – claim that April 23, just two weeks from now, will bring the end of planet Earth as we know it. The Daily Express’ writers shared that the following verses from the Holy Bible, Revelation 12:1-2, explains the upcoming alleged end of planet Earth:

A great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. She was pregnant, and cried out in pain as she was about to give birth.”

Nibiru is a mythical celestial body that is supposedly slated to line up in a direct pattern with the center of the Milky Way galaxy, the one that our planet is a member of, will cause society to end.

Here’s the catch – NASA, the leading space exploration expert – has debunked such claims time and time again.

Written by Eric

37-year-old who enjoys ferret racing, binge-watching boxed sets and praying. He is exciting and entertaining, but can also be very boring and a bit grumpy.