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. . . The Daily Mail has checked it out and it’s nothing to worry about. The rumor did force NASA to respond with a non-denial denial. And a professor did say there’s a asteroid out there with our name on it. And a former astronaut did say we’ve just been lucky so far in an ongoing game of “cosmic roulette”. Oh, and think of the impact of the climate. (On the other hand the though is too horrible so don’t think about it.) So it all comes down to who you believe: the Bible, NASA, the Daily Mail? . . .
A massive asteroid is on a collision course with Earth, and it is large enough to spell the end of humanity.
This is the radical claim of an online community of biblical theorists who say that life as we know it will be wiped out between 22 to 28 September this year.
Despite their lack of credentials, the popularity of the prediction has now forced Nasa to speak up, dismissing the theory as unfounded.
‘Nasa knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth, so the probability of a major collision is quite small,’ a Nasa spokesperson said.
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