NASA Calls '2012' Most Flawed Sci-Fi Film Ever





The 2009 film "2012" depicted an ultimate end-of-the-world scenario based on an ancient Mayan calendar that ends on Dec. 21, 2012. But does NASA believe the film accurately portrays something that will really happen? Absolutely not.

In fact, NASA scientists say the doomsday "2012" is the most ridiculous sci-fi film ever.

"The filmmakers took advantage of public worries about the so-called end of the world as apparently predicted by the Mayans of Central America," Donald Yeomans told The Australian.

Yeomans, a senior research scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., heads NASA's Near-Earth Asteroid Rendezvous mission, which keeps an eye out for any celestial objects that might come close to Earth.

"The agency is getting so many questions from people terrified that the world is going to end in 2012 that we have had to put up a special website to challenge the myths," Yeomans said. "We have never had to do this before."

One of Yeomans' complaints with the "2012" movie was how the global apocalypse was triggered by neutrino particles that come to Earth on solar flares and end up causing staggering problems to our planet.

According to NASA, neutrinos are completely neutral and can't interact with anything physical....



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