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What is new on the Nibiru front now? According to the conspiracists, this winter, UK might be covered in deep snow following the approach of Planet X.

An article on YogaEsoteric.com states that in the future era of nuclear war, Great Britain will transform into Siberia, filled with snow, with people walking about like nomads trying to seek new homelands. Countries will fight among each other over the shortage of food, water and energy supply.

Again, all of this is part of conspiracy theories keeping all of us at the edge. According to the conspiracy theorists, planet Earth might be on the verge of colliding with a mythical planetary system that can destroy the Blue Planet.

This planetary system, however, has never been seen before and apparently orbits the Sun every 3,600 years. The article further states that changes are appearing on the surface and atmosphere of the Sun and the other planets in the galaxy. Apparently, solar flares and storms have increased and the Earth's moon has a 6000-kilometre deep atmosphere of Natrium like never before.

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Nibiru conspiracy theory emerged in the late 1990's and kudos to alien expert Nancy Lieder for that. However, these theories have been ridiculed by all the scientists. NASA, on a scientific radio show this week had David Morrison, an astronomer at NASA's Ames Research Centre on the show, where the scientist claimed that he is being asked about something that doesn't exist.

"You're asking me for a logical explanation of a totally illogical idea. There is no such planet, there never has been, and presumably, there never will be," claimed the astronomer.

Funny as it sounds, Nibiru doomsday date was originally scheduled for September 23 which later moved to October 21 and now have settled on November 19.

Speaking of deadly winter approaching Britain, keeping in mind the natural causes, the arrival of the Pacific weather front might lead to a colder winter in the region. But if Britain will turn into Siberia or not is a topic of debate. Chief meteorologist Todd Crawford said that UK might have the coldest winter since 2012-13.