NASA is long arguing against the Mayan Apocalypse. Now NASA released a video early that is supposed to run after the apocalypse that never happens.
NASA scientist are on a mission since early this year to counter all mayan apocalypse believers. They want to make sure that people are not scared that the world would end as some believe it will on December 21. The latest from NASA is a video titled "Why the World Didn't End Yesterday." The video is made to be released or watched on December 22nd, a day after the Mayan apocalypse.
NASA released the video early, because they are so sure that the world will not end on December 21. Watch the video below.
If you want to know what the origins of the December 21, 2012 Apocalypse are refer to this NASA FAQ.
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