"Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday": Why did NASA release a Mayan apocalypse video TEN DAYS early?
2012-12-14 0:00

By James Nye | DailyMail.co.uk

So confident are NASA that the apocalypse will not happen on December 21st that they have released a video 10 days ahead of schedule entitled ’Why the World Didn’t End Yesterday’.

Outlining point by point each of the so called ’myths’ that surround the end of the Mayan calendar, astronomical and planetary experts debunk any notions that the sun will irradiate the atmosphere or that a rogue planet will smash into our Earth.

But while no soul will be around to point and laugh at anyone from the U.S. space agency should they be wrong, NASA scientists seem so sure that life will go on that the video meant to be released on December 22nd was put out yesterday.

’If you are watching this video then that means one thing...the world didn’t end yesterday,’ begins the prematurely released video.

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However, despite NASA’s confident video, recent disasters - including the earthquake in Japan - as well as anxiety over pandemics and economic concerns - are creating a global climate of fear, which for some are omens of impending doom.




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