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Is a fragment of planet Nibiru about to hit Earth? Prediction targets Feb. 16 as date for cataclysmic event

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NASA disagrees.

Are we all about to die? One astronomer is warning that a newly-discovered asteroid will hit Earth on February 16, and will be large enough to cause a mega-tsunami if it lands in the ocean.

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Planet Nibiru is real, according to some, but not to NASA.

Planet Nibiru is real, according to some, but not to NASA.

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By Marshall Connolly
CALIFORNIA NETWORK (https://www.youtube.com/c/californianetwork)
1/26/2017 (3 years ago)

Published in Technology

Keywords: Nibiru, planet, doomsday, asteroid 2016 WF9

LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) -- Next month, millions, possibly billions of people will die when a massive asteroid strikes the Earth and triggers a mega-tsunami, according to one alert astronomer.

NASA has detected an asteroid named 2016 WFR9, and it is about a third of a mile, to a half mile across. An impact from an object of that size would not destroy all life on Earth, but it would be catastrophic.


So is NASA recruiting a team of misfit astronauts to save the planet? Not hardly.

The doomsday prediction is not shared by NASA, which says the object will pass 32 million miles away from Earth, or at least a dozen times farther away than the Moon. That's a tremendous distance, and many asteroids routinely pass closer than that each year.

The prediction came from Russian astronomer Dr. Dyomin Damir Zakharovich who says the asteroid is on a collision course with Earth. Allegedly, there is another large planet in the Solar System called Nibiru. Nibiru will pass close to Earth, or even collide with ourplanet, destroying everything. Occasionally, a piece of the planet breaks off and falls inward towards the Sun, threatening to collide with Earth.

The problem with this idea is that Nibiru does not exist.

While mysteries do lurk in the outer Solar System, and the slightly erratic orbits of dwarf planets like Pluto suggests there may be another planet out there, there is no evidence of Nubiru or anything on a collision course with Earth.

But what if we're wrong?

We're not wrong, but we will know on February 16. If Earth is missed then, it's obvious the prediction is false. Instead, NASA will record the event as the asteroid sails past, over 12-13 times the distance between the Earth and Moon --on February 25, not the 16th.

No matter what, Nibiru or not, all people should be ready for the end, for we know not the day or hour.

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