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Is asteroid due to crash into Earth sparking mass tsunamis NEXT WEEK?

27 January 2017
Is asteroid due to crash into Earth sparking mass tsunamis NEXT WEEK?

International Media outlets are reporting that a Russian astronomer Dr Dyomin Damir Zakharovich, announced a "world killing" object is heading straight toward earth and that NASA knows it will hit our planet.

The object called 2016 WF9 was detected by the NEOWISE project on November 27, 2016.

However, the space agency argues that the mysterious object - named WF9 - will fly safely passed earth at a distance of about 51 million kilometres on February 25. But they are only telling people now'.

"We are all in peril".

It is understood NASA discovered the object previous year and it is considered to represent something between an asteroid and a comet. NASA claims the asteroid will be 32 million miles away from Earth as it passes.

NASA is allegedly aware of this event and its possible impact should it hit Earth.

The object measures 0.3 to 0.6miles across and reflects only a few per cent of light that falls on its surface.

Of course, NASA has come forward to say they have a very solid understanding of the body's trajectory, stating that the object will likely pass by almost 32 million miles away from the planet.

NASA has stated definitively that the object will not hit Earth. "And the object is not a threat to Earth for the foreseeable future". It is the subject of many rambling conspiracy theorists on YouTube, some of whom use the term to refer to a mysterious "planet X" or outside system that will send an object into our planet's trajectory.

Nibiru is a different planet to the Planet Nine, which is also sometimes referred to as Planet X, that was proposed by astronomers in Caltech in January past year.

Conspiracy theorists like Zhakharovich believe that a collision is set to occur due to a gravitational pull from a binary star twinned to our sun.

Some claims that this "planet" is sending "plasmatic energy particles" through our solar system.

Conspiracy theorists have long claimed Planet X will destroy Earth in 2017 and it is often blamed for natural disasters.

"Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an internet hoax". "Obviously it does not exist".

2016 WF9 will approach Earth's orbit on February 25, 2017.

His data claims that the comet or asteroid actually originated from the non-existent planet Nibiru.

The name "Dyomin Damir Zakharovich" seems to have only appeared online in recent months, relating to doomsday reports regarding the fictional planet Nibiru.