Staff Writer at NoFakeNews.net
Many non traditional news sources on the Internet are claiming that an ELE (Extinction Level Event) will occur in the month of September, 2015. The culprit, according to the sources, is a 2.5 mile long comet on a collision course with planet earth. The comet’s impact is supposed to cause tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions. America, portions of Europe and other large land masses are expected to be completely wiped out.
At NoFakeNews.net, we do not like to contribute content that promotes fear mongering, and by no means am I writing this article to try and convince readers that the earth is about to end in the next 30 days. I hope it doesn’t end in the next 30 days because I am going on a Caribbean cruise in early October. 🙂
There are additional sources on the Internet pointing to the fact that because Jade Helm is in full swing as a military exercise in the United States, the ELE is the real deal. The theories being thrown around suggest that the US military is preparing to deal with mass civil unrest in America and has used a very large military exercise (Jade Helm) to get into a strategic position prior to the arrival of the comet strike.
Surprisingly, NASA has officially commented on the subject. It was NASA’s commentary that piqued my curiosity and caused me to write this article. This is what the American based space agency wrote on their website about the supposed comet strike in September, 2015:
NASA: There is No Asteroid Threatening Earth
“Numerous recent blogs and web postings are erroneously claiming that an asteroid will impact Earth, sometime between Sept. 15 and 28, 2015. On one of those dates, as rumors go, there will be an impact — “evidently” near Puerto Rico — causing wanton destruction to the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States and Mexico, as well as Central and South America.
That’s the rumor that has gone viral — now here are the facts.
‘There is no scientific basis — not one shred of evidence — that an asteroid or any other celestial object will impact Earth on those dates,’ said Paul Chodas, manager of NASA’s Near-Earth Object office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.”
Mr. Chodas went on to state, “In fact, not a single one of the known objects has any credible chance of hitting our planet over the next century.”
In February, 2013, a tiny asteroid struck Russia in what was claimed by NASA to be “a once in a 100 years event” NASA later claimed that the object came out of nowhere and was one of those tiny celestial bodies out there that had obviously not been identified by the space agency. The question I have for NASA is how many of those “tiny celestial bodies” are out in space that they have not identified?
It’s completely irresponsible for any source to post content that promotes fear mongering. On the other hand it is equally irresponsible for government agencies and other related sources to produce content that promotes the idea or ideas that there is absolutely nothing to worry about regarding comet or asteroid strikes. This false sense of security being served up by NASA is especially disturbing considering the fact that the entire catalog of potentially dangerous celestial objects NASA is currently monitoring makes up only a tiny fraction of everything that truly represents a direct threat to planet earth.
As far as September, 2015 is concerned, we’ll all just have to wait and see.