NASA has come out with its official stance on the Mayan apocalypse on December 21, 2012: It’s not going to happen. NASA smartypants Don Yeoman, debunks many of the theories of what people have speculated will occur. The first scenario is that a mysterious planet called Niburu will collide with the Earth. Obviously, no astronomers have seen this planet. The next is a giant solar storm, which he says isn’t happening until May of 2013 and that it will have a negligible effect on us. He also says that the Earth’s axis will not shift.
But he says nothing about the feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl roasting us all in his divine fire. Much like every other religion’s apocalypse, the Mayan one is a supernatural event. You can’t explain the wrath of the gods through science and rational thinking. Personally, we hope he’s right. For the world to end before Christmas is just a bummer. No presents? You’re the Grinch, Quetzalcoatl.
Via Fox News Latino.
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