So, NASA started a website called, Ask an Astrobiologist, and since then, the website reports they are now devoted to tearing their hair out in a maddening decline toward dementia nearly full-time:
Ask an Astrobiologist has received more than 5000 questions about Nibiru and Doomsday 2012, with more than 400 answers posted.
Questions like: "How do we know that the government and NASA are not covering up for the end of the world?" and, "is it true that on December 21 2012 that there will be a shift in the earth due to the sun and moon lining up?"
Turns out, these questions actually have answers!
5000 questions just like these! But not all the questions were Doomsday-related. Someone had the intuitiveness to ask a question on the serious threat of climate change!
Like, "In New York, we are suffering from Hurricane Sandy and everyone in our town are saying these are the signs of the end of the world!! are these signs of global warming or something else?"
Who knows how long it will take to drive NASA to weep openly in public for the future of intelligent life in the universe? but, Senior Scientist Of The NASA Astrobiology Institute, David Morrison, is fending off the 2012 Doomsday Zombie horde like a courageous pocket protector warrior with his back to the wall and the future of humanity at stake. After thousands of questions, he may be showing signs of cracking, seemingly trembling with uncontrollable frustration over the fact that there are so many people who believe this crap.
Fight the good fight, Science!