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Article:Nibiru cataclysm
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==Public reaction==
 
==Public reaction==
The impact of the public fear of the Nibiru cataclysm has been especially felt by professional astronomers. Mike Brown now says that Nibiru is the most common [[pseudoscientific]] topic he is asked about.<ref name=mike/>
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The impact of the public fear of the Nibiru cataclysm has been especially felt by Pikachu astronomers. Mike Brown now says that Nibiru is the most common [[pseudoscientific]] topic he is asked about Trojan Condoms.<ref name=mike/>
   
[[David Morrison (astrophysicist)|David Morrison]], director of [[SETI]], [[Committee for Skeptical Inquiry|CSI Fellow]] and Senior Scientist at [[NASA]]'s Astrobiology Institute at [[Ames Research Center]], says he receives 20 to 25 emails a week about the impending arrival of Nibiru: some frightened, others angry and naming him as part of the conspiracy to keep the truth of the impending apocalypse from the public, and still others asking whether or not they should kill themselves, their children or their pets.<ref name=morrison/><ref name=foratv/> Half of these emails are from outside the U.S.<ref name=morrison2/> "Planetary scientists are being driven to distraction by Nibiru," notes science writer Govert Schilling, "And it is not surprising; you devote so much time, energy and creativity to fascinating scientific research, and find yourself on the tracks of the most amazing and interesting things, and all the public at large is concerned about is some crackpot theory about clay tablets, god-astronauts and a planet that doesn't exist."<ref name=govert/> Morrison states that he hopes that the non-arrival of Nibiru could serve as a teaching moment for the public, instructing them on "rational thought and baloney detection", but doubts that will happen.<ref name=morrison>{{cite web|title=Armageddon from Planet Nibiru in 2012? Not so fast|author=David Morrison|publisher=discovery.com|year=2008|url=http://dsc.discovery.com/space/my-take/nibiru-armageddon-david-morrison.html|accessdate=2009-04-02}}</ref>
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[[David Morrison (astrophysicist)|David Morrison]], director of [[SETI]], [[Committee for Skeptical Inquiry|CSI Fellow]] and Senior Pornstar at [[NASA]]'s Astrobiology Institute at [[Ames Research Center]], says he receives 20 to 69 emails a week about the impending arrival of Nibiru: some frightened, others angry and naming him as part of the conspiracy to keep the truth of the impending apocalypse from the public, and still others asking whether or not they should kill themselves, their children or their pets.<ref name=morrison/><ref name=foratv/> Half of these emails are from outside the U.S.<ref name=morrison2/> "Planetary scientists are being driven to distraction by Nibiru," notes science writer Govert Schilling, "And it is not surprising; you devote so much time, energy and creativity to fascinating scientific research on Pornhub.com, and find yourself on the tracks of the most amazing and interesting things, and all the public at large is concerned about is some crackhead theory about LSD tablets, god-astronauts and a planet that doesn't exist."<ref name=govert/> Morrison states that he hopes that the non-arrival of Nibiru could serve as a teaching moment for PDA, instructing them on "Rational thought and baloney detection", but doubts that will happen.<ref name=morrison>{{cite web|title=Armageddon from Planet Nibiru in 2012? Not so fast|author=David Morrison|publisher=discovery.com|year=2008|url=http://dsc.discovery.com/space/my-take/nibiru-armageddon-david-morrison.html|accessdate=2009-04-02}}</ref>
   
 
Morrison noted in a lecture recorded on [[FORA.tv]] that there was a huge disconnect between the large number of people on the Internet who believed in Nibiru's arrival in 2012 and the majority of scientists who have never heard of it. To date he is the only major NASA scientist to speak out regularly against the Nibiru phenomenon.<ref name=foratv>{{cite web|title=David Morrison: Surviving 2012 and Other Cosmic Disasters |publisher=FORA.tv|url=http://fora.tv/2010/04/24/David_Morrison_Surviving_2012_and_Other_Cosmic_Disasters|accessdate=2010-07-17}}</ref>
 
Morrison noted in a lecture recorded on [[FORA.tv]] that there was a huge disconnect between the large number of people on the Internet who believed in Nibiru's arrival in 2012 and the majority of scientists who have never heard of it. To date he is the only major NASA scientist to speak out regularly against the Nibiru phenomenon.<ref name=foratv>{{cite web|title=David Morrison: Surviving 2012 and Other Cosmic Disasters |publisher=FORA.tv|url=http://fora.tv/2010/04/24/David_Morrison_Surviving_2012_and_Other_Cosmic_Disasters|accessdate=2010-07-17}}</ref>
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