NASA has named the date of the end of the world: You will be very surprised when it happens

(ORDO NEWS) — Unlike clairvoyant predictions, NASA predictions are based solely on scientific data.

Clairvoyants have repeatedly named different dates for the end of the world, but none of them even came close to the forecasts of scientists.

Throughout the history of mankind, the date of the so-called “end of the world” was called repeatedly. This usually means the death of everyone on Earth or all life on Earth.

All these assumptions are based on religious worldviews or scientific hypotheses. But this time, scientists really managed to calculate the date of the end of the world.

When will the world end according to NASA?

Kazumi Ozaki, a Japanese expert at the University of Toho in Japan, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) created an exoplanet system as part of an interdisciplinary collaboration to search for life on other planets.

Christopher Reinhardt, Kazumi Ozaki’s American colleague on the Nexus of Science (NExSS) project, was even able to calculate the date and cause of the end of life on Earth using this simulation.

According to an expert scientific study published in the scientific journal Nature Geoscience, our planet’s lifespan ranges from its 1.08 billion years to its 1.14 billion years, after which the Earth’s atmosphere disappears due to solar radiation and all life will be destroyed.

The author of this study emphasizes that he used both existing data and new information and research methods from his colleagues’ studies in his study, and then ran simulations approximately 400,000 times to confirm his findings.

Ozaki and Reinhardt estimate that the lifespan of the Earth is less than 1.5 billion years.

During this time, the oxygen-rich atmosphere of our planet will become photochemically unstable under the influence of solar radiation, and the oxygen content in the atmosphere will sharply decrease.

The concentration of this gas will become very low and life will become impossible.

At the same time, NASA officials acknowledge that there are many biogeochemical and climatic processes that are not taken into account in their models, but which affect global life expectancy and contribute to the fact that the “end of the world” can happen earlier or later than the calculated time.

According to existing estimates of experts, the date of the end of the world will currently be somewhere between 1,080,002,021 and 1,140,002,021 years.


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