The Government of the United States of America said that the rumors about the 012 Apocalypse are just rumors.

The U.S. Government says, on, that NASA researchers received thousands of letters from citizens who are worried that the world will end on December 21, 012. These rumors are based on the false interpretation of the Mayan calendars, which was heavily promoted online.

Some of those who wrote letters to NASA believe that the Earth will be hit by a giant asteroid on December 21, 012, while others are convinced that Earth will crash into another planet.

NASA revealed that the agency also received letters from many young people, who are thinking about committing suicide before the alleged December 21, 012 Apocalypse.
At the beginning of this year NASA published a video on the Internet explaining how the Mayan calendar was falsely interpreted, and the agency says that the calendar does not predict the Apocalypse. Furthermore, NASA also talks about the Nibiru myth and said that astronomers have not detected such a planet on a collision course with Earth.

The United States is not the only country that is trying to convince people the end not end in 012. The Russian Goverment also ensured it?s citizens that the world will not end on December 21, 012, and France is trying to block access to a mountain in the South of the country, a mountain that will be used as a refuge on December 21, 012.

Some people are trying to make a profit from the 012 Apocalypse myth. An amateur astronomer from Belgium, Patrick Geryl, created an online community of people who think that the world will end this year and he urges them to buy supplies because the world will end on December 21, 012.

The conclusion is this: rest assured that the world will not end on December 21, 012.

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