NASA scientist a massive buzzkill on end-of-the-world theories

Video debunks all of the major 2012 "scenarios"

It's interesting that with all of the hoopla surrounding the end-of-the-world mania gripping us in 2012, that a NASA scientist took the time out of his other duties (building rockets, monitoring space stations, exploring new worlds and new civilizations) to make a video debunking all of the assorted theories. But still, it's a great video and good for the rest of us to sit back, take a deep breath, and relax - science has us covered.

Of course, NASA was the group behind the fake moon landings. Oh great, there I go again, I need to stop reading all of those YouTube comments and get outside more.

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