Many news reports emerged on the possible collision between a space rock and the Earth. Apophis asteroid, also known as the "God of Chaos," might indeed impact Earth, as per the latest conspiracy theory. More specifically, Michael Horn, a self-claimed scientist, contradicts NASA's research on the Apophis asteroid. According to the US space agency, the so-called "God of Chaos" space rock will whizz by Earth at 19,000 miles. But Horn believes that the asteroid will fall on Earth somewhere between the North Sea and the Black Sea. After it hits Earth, Apophis asteroid would cause the release of gases that would bring the doomsday upon our planet, Michael Horn thinks. However, he did not explain how he came up with these conclusions. "There are two things we are speaking about here, a massive asteroid collision and the otherwise certain collision impact from Apophis. We know, in terms of the research time that I have, will be between the North Sea and the Black Sea, which isn\u2019t too far from the UK," said Horn for Express UK. According To Latest Conspiracy Theory, Apophis Asteroid Will Impact Earth In The Future "To spell out such an impact, we have taken the trouble to illustrate this information, we have put it online in comic book form so people can have a graphic sense of what this means. The descriptive words are probably even more important because of the tremendous damage," Michael Horn added for the before-mentioned publication. Michael Horn added that, when Apophis asteroid will hit Earth, it will cause a crack in our planet's crust. That break would trigger the release of gases that would cause death to millions of people. \u201cIt will cause a crack, cracking in the Earth\u2019s crust whether it hits by the sea or nearby. It will cause a massive release of gasses, and there will be pieces of the asteroid and the Earth that would be hurled back into space. There is tremendous heat as a thing like that comes in meaning fires, and millions of people perish in the immediate area," Horn explained. According to Michael Horn's conspiracy theory, NASA knows that Apophis asteroid would impact Earth either on April 13th, 2029, or April 13th, 20136.