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World Safe on Dec 21, NASA Says

NASA has firmly dismissed predictions that the world will appear an ending on December 21, 2012. A report issued by the American space agency written by its senior research scientist, Don Yeomans, says: "The forecasts of doomsday or remarkable changes on December 21, 2012 are all fakes. Wrong doomsday predictions have taken place numerous times in each of the past numerous centuries. Readers should tolerate in mind what Carl Sagan renowned several years ago; "amazing claims need unexpected evidence".

The statement has been posted in NASA’s website. It says that the Mayan calendar does not ending in December 2012. "Just as the calendar you have on your kitchen wall does not stop to exist after December 31, the Mayan calendar does not end to exist on December 21, 2012.

"There are no believable predictions for disquieting astronomical events in 2012. The Earth's alluring field, which deflects charged particles from the Sun, does undo split on time scales of about 400,000 years. But, there is no proof that a turnaround, which takes thousands of years to happen, will start in 2012.

Earth will not annoy the galactic plane in 2012. Even if these positions were to happen, their effects on the earth would be insignificant. "Each December, the Earth and Sun align with the estimated centre of the Milky Way galaxy. But, that is a yearly event of no effect,'' it states. Finally, it says: "For any states of ruin in 2012, the trouble of proof is on the people making these claims. Where is the science? Where are the facts? There is nothing,'' the report concludes.

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