Fake-News - NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 6 Days of Total Darkness
Oct 27, 2014
Here is another hoax: "NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 6 Days of Total Darkness in December 2014!" published on fake or news satirical website "www.huzlers.com". The fake news is spreading on the internet like wildfire, but NASA has not confirmed the story. There nothing on their website at www.nasa.gov that speaks about the earth experiencing 6 days of total darkness in December. And, the same hoax started circulating on the internet as far back as 2012, with the pranksters changing the amount of days and the date.
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The Fake Article From "www.huzlers.com"
WORLDWIDE - NASA has confirmed that the Earth will experience 6 days of almost complete darkness and will happen from the dates Tuesday the 16 – Monday the 22 in December. The world will remain, during these three days, without sunlight due to a solar storm, which will cause dust and space debris to become plentiful and thus, block 90% sunlight.
This is the head of NASA Charles Bolden who made the announcement and asked everyone to remain calm. This will be the product of a solar storm, the largest in the last 250 years for a period of 216 hours total. Reporters interviewed a few people to hear what they had to say about the situation with Michael Hearns responding “We gonna be purgin my n*gga, six days of darkness means six days of turnin up fam”.
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