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NASA Has Calculated The Date Of Death Of All Life On Our Planet




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NASA’s large-scale computer simulations have demonstrated how long it will take humanity to find another planet.

Scientists believe humanity can’t feel totally safe. We will need to act quickly to save the entire civilization from its destruction. The Sun will eventually destroy everything else.

Scientists have attempted to determine when solar radiation will cause the destruction of the earth’s atmosphere. Scientists have used computer simulations to simulate all possible scenarios.

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