A well-known conspiracy theorist, David Meade, has revived the myth of the planet which will collide with Earth and bring the biblical doom upon us. After changing the date of the apocalypse twice, he now claims the impact will occur between November 20th and December 20th. As the deadly planet, called Nibiru, is getting closer to Earth, our planet should be hit by many natural calamities, and a polar shift should trigger a new ice age.
Conspiracy theorists say Nibiru will bring the biblical doomsday
The Nibiru conspiracy theory, also known as Planet X, is said to be a mini Solar System which gets dangerously close to our planet. This mini-system has its own sun, moons, and planets, and it should have already gotten inside our Solar System. As it approaches Earth, it should trigger plenty of destructive natural phenomena, which will bring the apocalypse upon us.
However, the insane theories regarding Nibiru don’t end here. The theorists claim there is one place which will be safe from the fury of the planet, namely holy Israel. They say these words are written in the Bible, and the powerful impact will be brought by God’s wrath.
As Nibiru gets closer, it will trigger unusual phenomena on Earth, such as the switching of the poles. This will disrupt the balance of the planet, will lead to bursting volcanic eruptions and violent tsunamis. According to the theorists, these tsunamis will trigger massive floods, comparable to the biblical myth of Noah.
These theories have no scientific basis
However, people are already regarding Planet X as a hoax. For a few centuries now, conspiracy theorists have offered innumerable dates when the world should end, and they all went without anything happening. Also, scientists advise people not to worry, as there’s no scientific basis in these theories.
If Nibiru was so close to Earth, then it should have already entered the orbit of Mars. This means it should have been visible in the sky as a bright spot, and anybody should have been able to see it. However, there’s nothing these, so these theories are completely unfounded.
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