Doomsday- The End of the world is a prophecy far from truth
According to the Maya calendar, 21st December 2012 is the doomsday, the day of the end of the world.
This day according to the Maya Doomsday 2012 calendar, marks the end of the 400 year old cycle. There are people who believe that this prediction is going to be true, there are others who take it just as a just a hoax, which will also pass like many others of such nature.
It was predicted by this calendar that a heavenly body will collide with the earth causing the complete destruction and wiping out of life from the earth.
We will be discussing the scientific viewpoint of this prediction in this article while also listing the scientific reasons why this prediction is very much far away from the truth and hence will not come true.
A conference with the name “Mayan cosmic gathering” was held with renowned names in the field of astronomy participating and discussing the scientific and modern interpretation of this Mayan prediction thus clarifying the misconception about the prediction.
According to a statement released for the event, the three Mayan experts concurred that the Mayan calendar does not predict the end of the Earth. Five reasons why the Mayan Calendar 2012 is not true are listed below:
- Dwarf planets lie outside the solar system and no planet has been detected so far which is coming towards the earth to collide with it.
- There are no asteroids seen near the earth that can lead to its destruction though there meteoric threats but that is not very dangerous for the earth.. NASA is constantly monitoring the surrounding area to look for a large asteroid that may hit the Earth. However, none is found.
- Solar activities or storms peak every 11 years and cause only disturbances in satellite communication. There is no fear from these storms to destroy the earth and life on it.
- There is no risk from the changing polar shifts of earth while the reversal of magnetic polarity of earth is not going to happen in the next few millenniums.
- New evidences from the Mayan calendar had led to the discovery that the intelligent Mayan mathematicians have actually calculated that the earth will live for the next 7000 years ahead.
Slooh space camera
The online Slooh Space Camera will broadcast a series of live cosmic views all the week of doomsday. The free webcasts will help the public keep watch for any monster solar storms, impending asteroid strikes or other potential agents of the so-called “Mayan apocalypse” that doomsayers claim is set for Friday. Slooh will observe the planets and the ecliptic plane for anything out of the ordinary circumstances to detect anything dangerous.
This is clear from the above findings that the doomsday is only a prophecy and there is nothing to get worried about it. The life on earth will survive for another thousand of years and the year 2012 is not the end of life.