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Nibiru Planet X End Of The World for November 19th 2017 – Niburu Conspiracy Theory

Planet X Nibiru apocalypse is upon us! The Niburu conspiracy theory is real and coming for the end of the world on November 19th 2017 – my birthday! Nasa denied the Ninth Planet theory was real but now the planet will smash into earth soon!! Or not…

Here’s what’s going to happen when earthquake apocalypse hits Earth on November 19

In case you haven’t been following this year’s important news, a mysterious death planet is heading towards Earth – and destined to wreak havoc.

But even the most dedicated conspiracy theorist must admit there’s been a couple of false starts – with ‘the end’ predicted to come on September 19, and then October 23.

Both those predictions came from Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade – but now a new internet wibbler has predicted chaos will erupt on November 19.

Terral Croft is – like Meade – obsessed with the (fictional) death planet Nibiru, and predicts on Planet X News that the so-called ‘Black Star’ will cause worldwide earthquakes on November 19.

Croft writes, in a blog post peppered with pseudoscientific gibberish, ‘The predicted backside-alignment quake event is scheduled for November 19, 2017, when Earth passes behind the Sun relative to the Black Star in the Libra Constellation.’

‘The forecast is to see fluctuating up-down weekly seismic-event values, until global seismic activity reaches a peak in the second two weeks of November moving into December 2017.
‘The historical data points to the chances of seeing one or more 7-magnitude earthquake events coming for Weeks 39-41.’

Croft has even produced a really scary diagram to make it all seem that bit more legitimate.

Sounds scary right? But what’s really going to happen is… nothing at all.

Nibiru does not exist, and Croft’s supposed scientific analysis of earthquakes is gibberish – he claims earthquakes are increasing, whereas there’s actually fewer than average, according to the Washington Post.

Nibiru itself is a tired, tired old conspiracy theory, which has been predicted to end the world dozens of times, and never ever does.

Nibiru does not exist – and if you’re in any doubt on this fact, read the box below about where the idea of the ‘death planet’ actually comes from.

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Get paid to stay in bed: Nasa recruits couch potatoes for microgravity study

Does staying in bed sound like your dream job?

Nasa is currently recruiting a number of willing volunteers to spend 70 days doing very little at its Houston headquarters.

The couch potatoes will get paid around £3,000 a month as part of the US space agency’s research into the effects of microgravity on the human body.

‘Of all the potential challenges crew members encounter in the space environment, microgravity has proven to be one of the most difficult to mimic in an experimental setting,’ explains Nasa.gov.

‘Researchers and engineers are studying bed rest as an experimental analog for space flight because extended exposure to a head-down tilt position can duplicate many of the effects of a low-gravity environment.’

JSC2008-E-040148 (7 May 2008) --- Two test subjects participate in a bed rest research project at a facility in Galveston, Texas, not far from NASA's Johnson Space Center.    As part of the Flight Analog Research Unit (FARU), NASA maintains a dedicated bed-rest study facility at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. The facility is equipped with beds that can be adjusted into positions that reproduce the effects of different gravity levels on the human body. By manipulating these and other variables, the FARU team works to gather data and develop countermeasures that will be used to ease the effects of reduced gravity on future long-duration space missions. Photo credit: NASA
Two test subjects participate in the bed rest research project (Picture: Nasa)

Successful candidates will stay in a tilted bed 24 hours a day as part of the 70-day project, where they can play computer games, surf the internet or watch TV.

Researchers will then monitor how long-term confinement to a reduced gravity environment effects muscle and bone strength, cardiovascular function and mental health.

The ‘pillownauts’ will undergo a two-week rehabilitation period once the study is complete.

Meet me at the Owl-tar! Romantic bird fails to deliver wedding rings, falls asleep in church roof

It was supposed to come sweeping down in a magnificent display of elegance.

However, an owl, which should have delivered rings to a couple at the foot of the aisle on their wedding day, instead flew up into the church rafters and fell asleep for an hour.

The service, in the Holy Cross Church in Sherston, Wiltshire, had to be halted while desperate helpers tried – and failed – to coax the barn owl down.

The owl, named Darcey, had other ideas and felt that the corner was far too cosy.

Having fallen asleep for an hour, with red ribbons still attached to its feet, Reverend Chris Bryan decided not to sit through the pause, but continued with a set of back-up wedding rings until the bird felt ready to descend.

Owl meant to deliver wedding rings, falls asleep instead

The barn owl took 40 winks in the rafters of the Holy Cross Church in Wiltshire (Picture: SWNS)

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