WASHINGTON, D.C.- A source deep inside the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has told Inothernewz.com that the agency has employed over
one hundred scientists to work on a missile to destroy an asteroid that is on track to impact the Earth on December 21, 2012. The “Doomsday
Asteroid,” as it is known around NASA, will destroy the Earth and everything on it unless the agency can stop it.
“The NASA scientists are working feverishly around the clock to develop this missile,” said the source whose name will be withheld due to the
sensitive matter of the top secret project. “I’ve personally seen scores of scientists collapsing onto the project floor, just falling over from
sheer exhaustion. Some haven’t seen their families in weeks.”
The missile will be used to transport an atomic bomb with enough material to level a city ten times as large as Los Angeles, according to the
“This bomb will make Hiroshima and Nagasaki look like child’s play,” said the source. “A test of the missile will be conducted sometime in
early December at an undisclosed location in the United States. NASA and the U.S. government want to keep this project as hush hush as possible.”
Other nations have not been notified of the project, nicknamed “Devil’s Rock”, even though the Doomsday Asteroid is widely known throughout the
international space community as posing a significant danger to planet Earth.
“It’s against international space law to send up a nuke into space,” said the source. “That’s why NASA and the U.S. government are so
secretive about the project. Even though they’re trying to save humanity from extinction, they still have to adhere to the rules and regulations set
forth by governing bodies.”
And where did the funding for the project come from?
“Oh, the U.S. government has spent billions of dollars on this thing,” confided the source. “They’ve showered NASA with enough money to feed
the world’s starving people a thousand times over. Congressional committees have met in secret sessions to debate whether or not the money is being
well spent but in the end they also know that if this project fails, everyone will die a terrible death.”
The source then handed over top secret classified documents showing budget expenditures for the project. Inothernewz.com can confirm the mind-boggling
sum is well over $100 billion.
“Only time will tell if it was all worth it,” said the source. “If not, we’re all goners.”
Not my story but from this site..
but hey why not another
2012 theory? It's not like we've had that many (sarcasm)
Also Hollywood have plenty of films to excite us about in 2013 and 2014, would be an awful waste of money making them if only 5% of the world survives
to watch them wouldn't you think?
edit on 28-11-2012 by Mrskyblueworld because: (no reason given)
edit on 28-11-2012 by
Mrskyblueworld because: (no reason given)