NASA Dismisses End Of The World Claims Due To Blood Moon On September 28

Posted: Sep 9 2015, 7:41am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 9 2015, 5:46pm CDT, in News | Latest Science News

 
NASA Dismisses End of the World Claims due to Blood Moon on September 28
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NASA has dismissed a religious claim made by several Christian groups regarding the end of the world on September 28th. It has something to do with the blood moon and human-all-too-human superstition.

Many Christian alliances have predicted the end times on September 28th due to the blood moon. They say the phenomenon will cause a meteor shower and thus lead to the extinction of life as we know it on earth.

However, this apocalyptic state of affairs has been said to be nothing but a lot of doom-mongering by NASA. Thus the scientific evidence is lacking and no such thing will occur in the near future.

The blood moon will occur when the earth’s satellite passes through the shadow between the planet and the sun. This will give the moon an illusion of being copper-hued. It happens to be the fourth time such a thing willl happen since April of last year.

Many denominations among the Christian religion are clamoring for repentance. They say with firm conviction that the end is well nigh. The blood moon is supposed to be a sign of the times as stated in the Bible. Total destruction and apocalypse are expected to occur. And several human beings firmly believe in this. Their faith remains unshaken.

Even a book has been penned by one of the true believers. It was written two years ago and it says that this all is a sign from the Deity regarding human error and sin. Atonement is the solution before the final countdown.

Several passages have been quoted from biblical scriptures to corroborate the prediction. These include excerpts from Joel, Acts and Revelation. The Christian groups contend that all previous events tied to the tetrad blood moon were tragic in nature. They occurred in connection with the Jews in history.

The evidence is faith-based and has no basis in reality. It reminds one of the previous end-of-the-world scenario that even led to a movie or two being directed. When the Mayan Calendar prediction time came nothing happened.

The universe is an unpredictable place. And puny man can only predict or control the forces around him to a limited extent. Beyond that it is the indifference of the universe and man’s thirst for meaning.

NASA has finally responded to the rumors doing the rounds on the Internet. According to the space agency, no such asteroids or space debris was going to strike earth for the next millennium or so. Therefore from a rational and commonsensical point of view, there is absolutely nothing to worry about at all.

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