Wednesday, April 6 2016 18:34 EEST
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NASA: Earth will be completely destroyed by this month
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Long, long ago, the mysterious Planet Nine destroyed life on Earth – and it’s going to do the same in the nearest future. According to the Daily Star, Daniel Whitmire from Louisiana University claims that the mysterious Planet Nine that was discovered at the edge of the solar system in January, causes comet showers that eventually will kill all the possible forms of life on Earth.

The former astrophysics professor says that the icy giant pushes space rocks toward Earth while following its 20,000-year orbit around the sun through the Kuiper Belt – a collection of asteroids, comets and icy balls located beyond Pluto.

The planet that is passing through the Belt is the main reason for apocalyptic events that occur on Earth every 27 million years.

This hypothesis has stunning similarity to the "Nibiru cataclysm" theory.

Fossils indicate that most life on Earth is mysteriously destroyed every 26-27 million years.

In 1980s, scientists suggested that such a cyclical extinction could depend on a small red dwarf star or brown dwarf planet called Nemesis, or Death Star, which passes through our Solar System on its wide orbit.

Later, the theory was dismissed. However, conspiracy theorists claim that Nibiru – a legendary giant planet, whose orbit passes dangerously close to Earth every 3,600 years, does exist.

Doomsayers become more and more sure that a collision or a catastrophic approach of Nibiru with the Earth will occur later this month.

In October, a huge asteroid hardly missed Earth and another one almost collided with the planet just a month ago. NASA and the European Space Agency admitted they were preparing a plan of action for the case of collision.

The asteroid can destroy most life on Earth, and then a cloud of dust raised by the fall will close the Sun. This in its turn is to change the planet's climate essentially.

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