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World will not end on Dec 21, 2012, says astronomer Bill Hudson

Dec 16 (): The world will not end on December 21, 2012. Amateur astronomer Bill Hudson says that the fact that the world will end on December 21, 2012 isn’t true, and he says he can prove it scientifically.

The prediction is apparently based on the end of a cycle of the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21, 2012, which some have inferred that the Mayans believed the world would end on that day.

Astronomer Bill Hudson says, according to the prediction, dooms day may come in various ways. Some claim that a 12th planet in our solar system, called Nibiru and orbiting the sun every 3,600 years, will hit into the Earth and destroy it.

Mr. Hudson decided to convince some people with logical scientific arguments about why Nibiru is not nearby, is not about to crash into Earth as it would need to be orbiting elliptically, which would violate Kepler’s law and is not in fact, actually real.

Mr. Hudson says, “What really upsets me is that the rumours are out there, and they upset people, especially kids.”

In 2009, the astronomer started his own website, 2012hoax.org, and he formulated the theories with the help of specialists, including anthropologists, archaeologists and an astrophysicist at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

David Morrison, NASA astrophysicist and Bill Hudson, last month addressed the doomsday prophecy in an online chat sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

When a reader asked if the apocalypse will happen, Dr. Morrison’s responded saying: “What apocalypse? I don’t anticipate anything unusual on December 21. The Earth has been here for more than 4 billion years, and I expect it to continue rolling along just fine for billions of years in the future.”

2012hoax.org site says, “The “2012 doomsday” is a hoax, a fraud, and an absolute con job. It is a cruel and disgusting lie being promoted by scam artists for money; First they scare people to death that something terrible is going to happen, then publish books and videos on “how to survive the apocalypse”. Get the scam?! You’re not going to fall for something like that… right?”