NASA is so confident that the world won't end on December 21, they have released a video debunking the popular myth ten days early. NASA's recruits several scientists and historians to debunk theories that December 21, 2012 marks the end of the Mayan calendar. THE UNITED STATES space agency Nasa has released a film which rubbishes the ancient Mayan prophecy that the world will end on the 21 December 2012.
The film, entitled The World Didn't End Yesterday, was originally supposed to be released on 22 December, the day after the supposed Mayan apocalypse.

The Nasa film argues that the theory of the apocalypse is based solely on the fact that the Mayans' 5,125-year calendar runs out on 21 December. Nasa also scoffs at the theory that a rogue planet known as Nibiru, which was identified by astronomers for the first time in November, will crash into earth and destroy all mankind. 24 (UPI) -- This video shows a dog being rescued in Yangmingshan National Park after being caught in a cruel-looking gin trap, which pins an animal's legs between steel bars.
Carlson explains in the video that the calender simply 'rolls over' when it has reached a designated point so that it can repeat itself.'This repetition is key to the 2012 phenomenon,' said Dr.

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