There are few things that NASA dislikes more than bunk science, and the space agency seems to have taken a particular dislike to unfounded claims that 2012 is the last year of existence. Addressing these apocalyptic "theories" is Jet Propulsion Lab senior research scientist Don Yeomans, who patiently refutes the Mayan calendar, pole shifts, planet X, and planetary alignments as end of the world scenarios.
Of course, if the space agency is wrong, a planet-sized spaceship is heading straight for us Video LAST UPDATED AT 14:56 ON Thu 19 Jan 2012 FOLLOWING ITS public debunking of the 2012 Mayan apocalypse myth in 2009, Nasa has once agai... Read Post
NASA has taken a step into the rough-and-tumble world of conspiracy theory by posting a point-by-point debunking of the 2012 apocalypse meme, brought to public prominence by the recent movie based upon it [image by auntjojo]. You’ve... Read Post
Yet another investigation has debunked the Republican claims about Benghazi, this one run by House Republicans. AP reports: House intel panel debunks many Benghazi theories A two-year investigation by the Republican-controlled House... Read Post