Source – David Meade, the self-described “specialist in research and investigations,” has earned a fair amount of publicity online for predicting that catastrophic events will soon befall Earth.
Among his claims: On Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, a constellation – a sign prophesied in the Book of Revelation – will reveal itself in the skies over Jerusalem, signaling the beginning of the end of the world as we know it. Meade believes that by the end of October, the world may enter what’s called a seven-year tribulation period, a fairly widespread evangelical belief that for seven years, a series of catastrophic events will befall Earth.
He also claims that a planet called Nibiru, which has been debunked by NASA as a hoax, is headed toward Earth. When it passes Earth later this year, Meade claims, catastrophe in the form of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tidal waves, would ensue.
NASA senior space scientists David Morrison has long debunked the claim that a planet called Nibiru is on track toward Earth.
In a sharply worded video in which he urged people to “get over it,” Morrison gave simple explanations. For one, astronomers would have already seen Nibiru by now, he said, and if it does exist, we’d be looking at an entirely different solar system because its gravity alone would destabilize the orbits of planets in the inner solar system.
If you have 8 minutes to burn this interview with Captain Insano predicting the end of the world is hilarious.
If you’re freaked out dont be. Nasa said this guy a moron that’s just trying to make you fill your shorts and sell some half-baked books about God hating us.
The bottom line is are going to believe David Meade who takes a couple of night courses at Kentucky University or are you going to believe in NASA.
I’ll put my faith in a bunch of Geeks down in Florida before I believe David Meade and his weird pubic mustache that some unknown Planet no one can see but him is going to destroy humankind.
You should too.