NASA Reports says Solar flare will not end world in 2012. NASA report says that in a statement released on November 10, have denied the latest doomsday predictions making the rounds that the world will end in a massive solar flare in 2012.NASA denied stories being peddled by Armageddon prophets that the sun will shoot out a massive flare that will travel across space and burn the world to ashes. NASA, in its statement, titled, Killer Solar Flares Are a Physical Impossibility.
Some people worry that a gigantic killer solar flare could hurl enough energy to destroy Earth. Citing the accurate fact that solar activity is currently ramping up in its standard 11 year cycle, there are those who believe that 2012 could be coincident with such a flare.
But NASA pointed out that the peak in the sun's activity will come in 2013 and not 2012. NASA referred to a flare that occurred in October 28, 2003, which it says is the most powerful flare ever measured by scientists. In spite of its power, the flare, according to NASA, did not end the world, because 'There simply isn't enough energy in the sun to send a killer fireball 93 million miles to destroy Earth'. Speculations that the world will end in 2012 have been popularized by doomsday preachers who say the Mayan calendar will expire on December 21, 2012. End-of-world date setters say the end of the Mayan 5,126-year epoch marks, also, the end of the world.