Sunday, 25 November 2012

2012 Doomsday Theories Failed


Remember when the world was going to end in 1994? What about 1998? Or 2000 ,2012 ?
Doomsayers always warn that the world is going to end, and they never got anything wrong. These days, 2012's the trendiest day for end-of-world prophecies. Specifically, it's Dec. 21, 2012.Believe it if you want. One thing is obvious: Nostradamus himself wrote that his prophecies only went as far forward as the year 3797. Does that mean the world will end late in the 38th century? Only time will tell. Let’s have a glance at some of the Doomsday Theories which are going to be failed




 Catastrophic Planetary Alignments


There are no odd planetary alignments in 2012, same planetary conjunctions, that happen all the time. Some said that Saturn and Jupiter will align, causing gravitational anomalies powerful enough to affect the Sun. However, if you remember anything from geometry class, you may recall that a line can be defined by any two points in space, which is to say that any two planets can be considered, aligned at any time. The proper term is conjunction, where two or more planets are within a few degrees of each other from a third vantage point. Nevertheless, Saturn and Jupiter will not be in conjunction in 2012.



 Asteroids


There are no recognized large asteroids that are going to impact Earth in 2012. From the beginning of the earth there are many asteroid impacts earth with no damage, because of size. Large asteroids are much more likely to be found by the thousands of professional astronomers who watch the skies every day, and none have been identified as being a threat. Few large asteroids that will make relatively close passes to the Earth in 2012, that’s roughly 4,300,000 miles away from earth so no chance of collision.

Planet X

Some claim that a strange Planet X also called as Nibiru  is on a collision route with Earth. Same as the asteroid theory. The fact is that if such a thing existed, thousands of people would have seen it a long time ago. David Morrison, senior scientist with the NASA Astrobiology Institute has to say about it: “If there were a planet or a brown dwarf or whatever that was going to be in the inner solar system at the time, astronomers would have been studying it for the past decade and it would be visible to the naked eye by now. It’s not there.”



 Earthquakes

2012 Doomsayers also put forward that gravitational shifts in our solar system could cause destructive seismic upheavals that will restructure the face of the earth forever. But it doesn’t hold much water scientifically speaking, mainly due to the fact that the Moon is the primary gravitational influence on the Earth by far. Though it is relatively small and light, it is closer to the Earth than any other object in our solar system, making its effects most significant. Other planets are just too far away and too small to cause any noticeable effects. And since the Moon hasn’t turned our planet inside out in at least the last couple billion years, most scientists agree that there’s no reason to think that it will do so anytime soon.



 Yellowstone Super-volcano

Yellowstone is at present an active geological region, with small earthquakes happening all the time. Seismic activity is ordinary undermining the claims of many 2012 hoaxers, who say that it is a sign of an imminent super-eruption. on the other hand, most geologists agree that at the time of the last super-eruption, the uplift was an estimated hundreds of meters, if not kilometers.



 Solar Flares

Solar flares have been made well-known in recent years regardless of being a very common and harmless occurrence. While it is true that the number of flares and sunspots varies over time in an 11 year cycle, recent studies show that ‘Solar Max’ is not due to happen until sometime in 2013. And most reputable scientists agree that when it does, it will be as uneventful as it was in 2002. In fact, there is no evidence whatsoever that our sun can even produce a life-ending solar flare. So far, no such thing has been observed. 



 Magnetic Pole Reversal

Earth’s magnetic field is currently turn down. However, Magnetic Pole Reversals take hundreds, possibly even thousands of years to occur. They do not just flip-flop overnight. Moreover, there is no confirmation that a pole reversal is going to happen anytime soon, that is, within the next few years. It is possible that we are in the earliest stages of one now, but that is mere rumor at this position. Either way, it has nothing to do with the year 2012. 



 Supernovas

A recent press release  issued at the American Astronomical Society meeting in January 2010 -discussed the possibility that the recurrent nova (T Pyxidis) might be due to become a supernova. Some points within the report is very misleading, causing a great deal of confusion and immature headlines, and thereby adding fuel to the 2012 fire. The press release suggests that T Pyxidis is close enough to the Earth that if it were to become a supernova, the Earth would be fried by the waves of gamma radiation. However, it is now well acknowledged that the particular astronomer whose work was cited simply got his numbers wrong. Eventually astronomical community said, Supernova would have to be within 25 light years to have such an effect, and T Pyxidis is over 3000 light years away.  Conclusion T Pyxidis is simply just not close enough to cause the damage implied by the press release.

 Black Hole Sun

It’s same like one of those irritating “alignment”-based myths, only feasible to those who don’t mind to know the facts. It suggests that the central black hole of our galaxy is somehow going to destroy the Earth when it falls in line with the Sun and other planets. The problem is, the closest so-called “galactic alignment” already happened in 1998. Also, the black hole at the center of our galaxy is at least 26,000 light years away, which means it has very little gravitational affect on the Earth. In fact, the gravitational pull of the Sun is about 560,000,000,000 times stronger.

 Mayan Doomsday Prophecy

First and foremost thing is Mayan calendar doesn’t end in 2012, in spite of countless claims to the contrary. the majority Archeologists have the same opinion that the  ancient  people never forecast this year as the last part of the world. In the Mayan calendar – 1,872,000 days or 5,125.37 years – overturns, and a new phase starts, said by Anthony Aveni , who is a Maya expert and  archeoastronomer  from New York.
Mayans believed that the first light of our existing creation began in August 11, 3114 B.C, and they recorded this date as Day Zero. This December, the epoch will move toward to an end. The complex, persistent calendar will roll over again to Day Zero, launching another long cycle, just as it has before.