Rumors circulating about doomsday asteroid to wipe us out
This could be the possibility that it is last story I ever write, if we believe on the conspiracy circulating online.
Last year stories began to spread that a recently spotted large asteroid, 2016 WF9, will destroy the Earth as early as February 16, prompting a tsunami or smash entire cities around the world.
But NASA says the space rock’s contiguous approach to Earth will come about on February 25 at a distance of about 32 million miles (51 million kilometers).
“This pass will not bring it particularly close,” the space agency said in a statement in late December. “The trajectory of 2016 WF9 is well understood, and the object is not a threat to Earth for the foreseeable future.”
Some more uncertain corners of the internet, though, persist NASA is lying about the nature of the asteroid and its apocalyptic trajectory. They frequently named a Russian astronomer, or “Nibiru whistle-blower,” named Dyomin Damir Zakharovich who says the government is wrapper up a larger conspiracy to hide the truth of a hidden planet Nibiru, one of the internet’s original counterfeit news stories.