Earth might go out of orbit during the parade of planets expected in Dec. 21, 2012, in which the planets of our Solar System will line up, and by joining their gravitational fields, they will be able to change the habitual and optimal trajectory of the Earth’s rotation around the Sun, warned Yerevan-based engineer and inventor Stepan Yepiskoposyan, in conversation with an Epress.am correspondent recently.
Though parades of planets have happened in the past, what’s different this time is that not only the planets of our Solar System will line up, but also planets of other stellar systems will line up from the center of the galaxy.
Yepiskoposyan suggested two ways of neutralizing the negative impact of the parade of planets on the Earth, which he shared in a letter to the UN, UNESCO and Greenpeace.
The first option requires a certain distance between the Earth and the planets lined up in a row to produce a series of nuclear and thermonuclear explosions. The resulting emission of protons, electrons, light and gamma rays will neutralize the effect of gravitational fields on the Earth.
The second method involves the use of several satellites already existing around the planet. Yepiskoposyan suggests they be gathered at particular points and rotated horizontally toward the earth’s surface. This too, he says, will neutralize the effects of gravity on the planets.