2016 forecasts are presently warning us to watch the skies in fear. One preacher named Ricardo Salazar is currently forecasting the end of the world via an asteroid impact on Earth, which will then herald in the Anti-Christ of the Bible 4 years in the future in 2020. NASA has attempted informing everybody not to be worried about asteroids or meteors, but that will not stop the conspiracy theories.
In related reports by Fusion Laced Illusions investigators , many are forecasting that Mitt Romney will be a last minute 2016 entry in the presidential race. If that’s not sufficient to trigger the end of the world for you, the U.S. military is seriously organizing their WMD bioweapon defense teams, which eerily is similar to the fiction related to a zombie apocalypse virus.
To put these asteroid predictions for 2016 into perspective, some forecasted the end the of the world back in September of 2015 when a killer asteroid was thought to correlate with the Blood Moon prophecies. Even famous Christian leader Pat Robertson has stated an asteroid impact on Earth is inevitably going to occur since “there isn’t anything else that will cause the seas to roil, that will cause the skies to darken, the moon and the sun not to give their light” like the events described in the Bible.
“So, hey, just get ready… Get right… It could be next week, it could be 1,000 years from now. But nevertheless, we want to be ready whenever the Lord says, ‘I’m wrapping it up, and it’s time to come home.’”
What Does NASA Mention About An Asteroid Or Meteor Impact?
The alarm over the September asteroid forecasts reached such a level that NASA was pressured to release a statement.
“NASA knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth, so the probability of a major collision is quite small,” a NASA spokesman said. “In fact, as best as we can tell, no large object is likely to strike the Earth any time in the next several hundred years.”
That is not to state that NASA is not worried about an asteroid hitting the Earth at all. The theme of the 2015 IAA Planetary Defense Conference (PDC) talked about a fictional asteroid impact on Earth, and over 100 scientists compiled to determine how to successfully track near-Earth objects (NEO).
The good news is, scientists have already put at least one system together that will assist. The Asteroid Terrestrial-Impact Last Alert System (ATLAS) went live in the summer of 2015 and this asteroid impact early warning system includes “two telescopes, 100 miles apart, which automatically scan the whole sky several times every night looking for moving objects.” Despite the fact that the ATLAS team has not made any 2016 forecasts on their blog, the system can “provide one day’s warning for a 30-kiloton ‘town killer,’ a week for a five-megaton ‘city killer,’ and three weeks for a 100-megaton ‘county killer.’”
Prophecies For 2016: Asteroid To Hit Earth In May?
In spite of the opposition by NASA, some persist that the skies are soon to be deadly. Earlier in 2015, Pastor Ricardo Salazar, from the Global Church of the King of Israel, in Tokyo, Japan, maintained that a “murderous” asteroid will strike the planet in order to bring about doomsday prophecies associated to the Anti-Christ.
“The asteroid that is coming to earth at 30,000 km per hour, that is made mainly of ice, is nine kilometers [5.6 miles] in diameter and it is a murderous one – it is going to hit the ocean,” Salazar stated, based on Express. “In 2020 the Anti-Christ will come in the middle of a destroyed world that desperately will seek for peace.”
Salazar boasts the asteroid will impact in the ocean, producing massive tsunamis which will spread around the globe. On the whole, he is forecasting that 1.2 billion individuals will perish on May 16, 2016.
“Also the consequence will be famine in the world, infection, cholera…they will die and good neighbors will kill each other for food,” he included.
NASA has yet to remark on these 2016 forecasts straightaway, but the scientists do maintain a NASA asteroid impact risk table that lists all of the probable near Earth objects that might be of concern. The table lists the years in which an asteroid may be in range of Earth and although the list of 2016 asteroids is relatively long the good news the Torino Impact Hazard Scale is a long list of zeroes, indicating that NASA feels “likelihood of a collision is zero, or is so low as to be effectively zero.”