Do you believe the world will end Dec 21 2012?

Do you believe the world will end Dec 21 2012?

Solar Ray Solar Ray
So does anyone here think we could be less that 2 years away from our last days on Earth?
03/06/2011
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WHITEMIKE WHITEMIKE
There was this conspiracy theory floating around 2 years ago about this planet Niberu, which was coming throught the Oort cloud with other planets attached to a brown star sister sun( most stars are in pairs?). This planet was supposed to be the only planet from the other solar system which passed through our solar system. It would come up from under us. As it did so, it would drag these astroids which came from the Oort cloud, and they would be pelting the inner planets. Some could be large enough to break our planet. This was an idea on how the planets had moons. They were pieces of planets chunked off by large meteors. This was supposed to happen on Dec. 22, 2012.
A youtube science channel did a video, I think it was newscientist, and they said there was no planet, and no end of the world to worry about. The Mayan calandar ends and starts over, like the clock striking midnight, a new day starts.
So make your plans for the winter holidays in 2012, and worry about driving in the snow, because the world will still be there.
03/06/2011
Eden C. Eden C.
The ancient Mayans also believed in human sacrifice. If we don't believe the rest of their ideas, what reason do we have to believe this apocalypse theory?

However, if the world does somehow end, I definitely wasted a shitload of tuition money.
03/06/2011
potstickers potstickers
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Originally posted by Eden C.
The ancient Mayans also believed in human sacrifice. If we don't believe the rest of their ideas, what reason do we have to believe this apocalypse theory?

However, if the world does somehow end, I definitely wasted a shitload of tuition money.
If the world ends, you won't be alive to think you wasted money.

I don't believe it.
03/06/2011
Destri Destri
I think this is total crap. Maybe the Mayans just didn't have any more room to carve anymore on the calendar... or maybe they just didn't look that far ahead.
03/06/2011
Eden C. Eden C.
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Originally posted by potstickers
If the world ends, you won't be alive to think you wasted money.

I don't believe it.
True! Since I did spend that money on the education I'm using to help me determine that the prediction is BS!
03/07/2011
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
Haha...yeah, 2012 might seem like the end of the world for a lot of people, but I seriously doubt it will be the End of Days. I'd say we still have a few more years to enjoy the fine products from EF ;-)
03/07/2011
Vaccinium Vaccinium
Of course it is stupid - just like the hundreds of other prophesies and impending apocalypses that religious zealots have come up with over the centuries. Apparently there is even this group of people that are driving around the U.S. now spreading the word that the world will end on May 22 of this year. Stupidity knows no bounds.
03/07/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student
The Mayan calender ends bcs the mayans were no longer on this planet (alive) to continue working on it.

I don't believe that the world will end...

HOWEVER!!!!

I do believe that 2012 marks a shift in consciousness. I believe that great peace is going to come (there are a lot of political thigns going in in Egypt, Lyban, China, etc....it is all a movement towards peace...in my eyes).

I think that people will become more spiritualy inclined, and more people will gain spiritual awareness. I'm excited for 12 2012!
03/07/2011
A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople) A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)
The Harry Potter books have all come out, so whatever.
03/07/2011
dv8 dv8
I just saw a billboard that said that Judgement Day is May 21, 2011.
03/07/2011
WHITEMIKE WHITEMIKE
There is a religious group who says may 22nd, or something like that. I was pm'ed on youtube by one of these goofballs, and I told him I was going to respond again on the 23rd, to let him know I am still here.
03/07/2011
PiratePrincess PiratePrincess
I actually heard that the mayans did not believe the world would end, but rather that technology would turn on the world. I am not sure if this is accurate or not, but it seems more plausible than the world ending.
03/07/2011
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
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Originally posted by Destri
I think this is total crap. Maybe the Mayans just didn't have any more room to carve anymore on the calendar... or maybe they just didn't look that far ahead.
That's always been my thought. How do you know that the guy whose job it was to carve the calendar didn't just quit or die or get carpal tunnel?
03/07/2011
Brandi Rouxxx Brandi Rouxxx
No I don't. That's like when they said all the technology would go crazy when we hit year 2000. I just don't believe it, lol.
03/07/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by Solar Ray
So does anyone here think we could be less that 2 years away from our last days on Earth?
No. It's silly hype. The world was supposed to end at midnight, 1999-2000. There were multiple "world coming to an end" in the 70s and 80s, also people think every century turn or weird number configuration of dates means the end of the world.

I don't believe in this stuff.

My mother doesn't recycle because she said that "Pope John Paul II will be the last pope, (according one of those kids who saw the Blessed Mother, I don't know which one) and that when he dies the world will end." Uh, JPII died years ago, and here we are. She still throws everything away, instead of recycling them things in case the world ends "it won't make a difference."

Her sister actually kept canned goods, bottled water (long before you could buy water in bottles) and loads of toilet paper in her basement, because the world was supposed to end sometime, on Christmas morning, in the 1970s. It didn't, but she had a lot of canned food and toilet paper to use. Maybe she still has the stuff down there. My mother and her sisters are crazy.
03/07/2011
Eliza Eliza
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Originally posted by A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)
The Harry Potter books have all come out, so whatever.
LOVE this answer.
03/12/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
End of an Age, that's all it is ... reset back to zero.
03/12/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
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Originally posted by WHITEMIKE
There is a religious group who says may 22nd, or something like that. I was pm'ed on youtube by one of these goofballs, and I told him I was going to respond again on the 23rd, to let him know I am still here.
LMAO - good one.


Nope, I don't believe it will be that soon.
A bunch of fruitcakes said 2000 was going to cause some major crap. WHATEVER!
For me, it happens when it happens, but I don't believe the earth will just end - how can it. Nothing I can do about it or really prepare for. So I'm not concerning myself about these so called dates.
03/12/2011
WHITEMIKE WHITEMIKE
My kids friend's dad was up all night cleaning his guns on Y2K.

They Mayan calandar has to do with the precession of the stars from earth's wobble. it takes 25,600 yrs. to wobble once. Each of the twelve ages (signs), is 30 degrees on the clock an in the sky, each degree is 72 years. I don't know exactly when, but we are moving into a New Age. The sun will start to rise in a new constallation at dawn, and a different one at dusk. We are entering the age of "The Water Bearer", also known as "The Destroyer" or "Aquarious".
It is just a constallation, and the only desturction will be natural or self inflicted. Nothing supernatural, all scientific.
03/12/2011
Hot'n'Bothered Hot'n'Bothered
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Originally posted by A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)
The Harry Potter books have all come out, so whatever.
LOL!
03/13/2011
PussyGalore PussyGalore
No.
03/13/2011
lezergirl lezergirl
nope.
03/14/2011
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