NASA Hiding Danger of Doomsday Asteroid Says Russian Astronomer

An artist's depiction of 2016 WF9.  Image credit: NASA/JPL-CALTECH

An artist's depiction of 2016 WF9.  Image credit: NASA/JPL-CALTECH

Russian astronomer Dr. Dyomin Damir Zakharovich claims that an asteroid currently being tracked by NASA is on a collision course with Earth.  The Russian scientist says the asteroid will strike around February 16th, and will likely trigger massive tsunamis and cause the oceans to boil.  He added that he believes the asteroid was sent from the planet Nibiru, which some believe is an undetected planet that exists in our solar system.

“The object they call WF9 left the Nibiru system in October when Nibiru began spinning counter clockwise around the sun," said Dr Zakharovich. “Since then, NASA has known it will hit Earth. But they are only telling people now.  We are all in peril.”

NASA has since released a statement saying that the asteroid is not a threat.

"2016 WF9 will approach Earth's orbit on February 25, 2017. At a distance of nearly 32 million miles from Earth, this pass will not bring it particularly close," said NASA in the statement. “The trajectory of 2016 WF9 is well understood, and the object is not a threat to Earth for the foreseeable future.” 

Dr. Zakharovich, however, is convinced the space agency is hiding the danger posed by the asteroid.

According to the scientist, "It is not conceivable that they do not know the truth. We have seen the data!  NASA probably knows the impact zone. I do not. We are all in peril.”


Tobias Wayland