NASA Answers: Will An Asteroid Collide With Earth On February 25?


NASA detected a mysterious object approaching Earth and people began spreading rumors about it. Will February 25 be the doomsday of humanity? Here’s the answer.

An asteroid hitting Earth has been a topic of debate among astronomers for a long time.

This isn't just a simple conspiracy theory, it really could happen.

Just like 66 million years ago, not one, but two asteroids struck Earth.

Those collisions caused the extinction of the dinosaurs.

There's a rumor going on about an another asteroid hitting Earth very soon.

By very soon, we actually mean very soon. The exact date is the 25th of February 2017.

This dangerous asteroid is called 2016 WF9 by NASA.

According to NASA, this asteroid is going to pass by Earth very closely on the 25th.

Considering how vast outer space is, we know that even if NASA says the asteroid's going to pass us "very closely," the distance is still pretty big.

NASA has voiced its opinion on the subject and said there's nothing to be afraid of and that the asteroid comes from somewhere outside of our solar system.


Even though NASA has openly said there's nothing to worry about, some scientists are talking about some pretty scary theories.

And among these scientists is the world renowned astronomer Dr. Dyomin Damir Zakharovich.

Zakharovich claims that there's a much higher risk of the asteroid hitting Earth than what NASA says, and we should take precautions.

According to Zakharovich 2016 WF9 doesn't, in fact, come from outside our solar system, but it comes from a planet within the solar system that isn't yet properly identified.

Named Nibiru or "Planet X" this mysterious planet is believed to be the main cause of many disasters here on Earth.

This might be caused by Nibiru being an irregular planet. It's estimated that Nibiru has existed for more than 1000 years in our solar system and its gravitational force affects our solar system's planets in a negative way.

Nibiru's inner layers have a very high flow of energy, it has enough gravitational pull to disrupt the Earth's core's flow.

Nibiru has slowly been approaching Earth since 1996, it might possibly be the cause of many earthquakes and other natural disasters on Earth.

Dr. Zakharovich claims that this asteroid comes from planet Nibiru and will in-fact strike Earth, despite what NASA says.

"It is not conceivable that they do not know the truth. We have seen the data! NASA probably knows the impact zone. I do not. We are all in peril.”

Other authorities say that it's a very low possibility that the asteroid will hit Earth and they also say that Jupiter is our greatest ally.

Because of Jupiter's size, it has a lot of gravitational pull, it's like a protector of our solar system.

But is it, really?

Even if Jupiter has protected our solar system from asteroids, it might not always be able to do so.

For example, while Jupiter is orbiting its own trajectory, it might be too far to pull in dangerous asteroids to itself.

It's true that Jupiter's gravitational pull acts as a lightning rod.

Let's not forget that it attracted Lexell's comet in 1770, which was the closest asteroid to ever pass by Earth.

It's also worth noting that Jupiter couldn't protect us from the two asteroids that hit Earth 66 million years ago, which also wiped out the dinosaurs.

Well, now that you know all this new information we'll let you make the call. Personally, we don't want to believe that an asteroid is going to hit Earth.

Maybe if we do eventually end up colonizing Mars, we won't be so scared of these kinds of theories. Only the future will tell!

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