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the world ending in 2012?

so why do people think the world is ending in 2012
i’ve heard a few reasons the tektonic plates moving, the ending of the myan calander? what is happening! what do you all think?

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Tuesday, May 31st, 2011 Mayan Calendar

10 Comments to the world ending in 2012?

Bella
May 31, 2011

Only kids, crackpots, and the terminally gullible believe the 2012 hoax. The doomsday scenarios are nothing but wild speculation by the scientifically challenged. The world isn’t going to end in 2012. The claims that scientists are predicting doomsday in 2012 are lies. Don’t worry about it. It is just people making money off books, advertising, "survival kits", and whatever else they can dream up to sell.

There is not a shred of scientific validity behind any of the claims being made by the fruit loops and scam artists promoting the 2012 hoax. There were no prophecies before the hoaxers invented them. The Mayan calendar doesn’t end, it merely changes to a new cycle.

The tectonic plates are always moving and have been for billions of years. They will continue to do so for billions more.

The Mayan calendar isn’t ending. It is just ending a cycle and beginning another. Even if it were ending, how do you think that could affect us. A calendar is just a method of marking the passage of time. Our calendar ends every December 31. The world doesn’t end. We just start a new year.

There will be no alignments, killer solar flares, stray planets, photon belts, polar reversals, black holes, or zombie apocalypse.

Here is an excellent website that covers all the various claims about 2012 and about the charlatans who are promoting it. Go to it and read about the things that have you concerned. They give sources for their information and they aren’t selling anything. The other links are NASA Senior Scientist Dr. David Morrison, Dr. Donald Yeomans of JPL Near Earth Object Program, and Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Director of the Hayden Planetarium, all saying that the 2012 tripe is, well…..tripe.

Nestor Cruz junior
May 31, 2011

I heard people are getting strange dreams and god are telling them the world will end soon

Asadujjaman Noor
May 31, 2011

i don’t belive it.

Tyler Sant
May 31, 2011

Only God knows!

Urguth Zmorf
May 31, 2011

People think its going to end because the mayan calendar stops then, and this theory is stupid because they could not create a calendar which would go on for eternity, and for all the earthquakes and tsunamis and flooding it is no more than before,
we just have the internet and tv and news papers that are watching the whole world,
and if people just stop to think about 2012 and keep going on with their life’s we would all save time

1World
May 31, 2011

If you’re worried that the world is going to end in 2012, relax! Through the ages there have been many predictions about when the world is going to end – and all have proved to be wrong (so far).
The prediction that the end of the world will occur on December 21, 2012, comes from two particular ideas. First, some people claim that a distant planet called Nibiru is on course to collide with Earth in 2012. Second, the calendar of the Mayans, an ancient civilisation, ends on December 21, 2012. To some, this is evidence that the end is near. Of course, the film 2012 also helped to put this ”end of the world” idea into people’s mind.
Jordan Murnane, 10, Jake Drummond, 11, and Benjamin Dear, 10, haven’t seen the film but they have heard the rumours. And they have considered what they would do before such an event.
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”I would just have heaps of fun,” says Jordan. ”I’d see all of my relatives and not worry about school work at all.” Benjamin would also ”hang out with friends and family as often as I could”, while Jake says he would ”do anything I want to”.
The good news is the boys do not have to make such plans yet. Not only is Nibiru not heading towards Earth, there is no planet called Nibiru – it’s made up. And the Mayan calendar will just start again, just as our calendar starts again on January 1 each year.
Armageddon is the term that describes the end of the world. And there has never been a shortage of people trying to predict when this will occur. Most of these predictions are based on interpretations of religious writings, though some are based purely on numbers. The most famous recent prediction revolved around the year 2000 because it marked the start of a new millennium (a period of 1000 years). Computers were going to crash, riots would take place, food and water would run out and everyone would starve. Of course, nothing like that occurred.
One prediction of impending doom related specifically to Australia. A spokesman from one religious group, Jehovah’s Witnesses, declared that Adelaide would be destroyed by a tsunami on January 20, 1976. Several people sold their homes and moved out of the city, while others sold their businesses. South Australia’s then premier, Don Dunstan, declared that such a prediction was nonsense and to prove it he stood on the beach, at the exact time the tsunami was supposed to hit. He did so along with a huge contingent of media, and waited … and waited … and waited. Of course nothing happened – as with all such predictions.
The manner in which the Earth will be destroyed differs from prediction to prediction. It may be a tsunami, a meteorite, a collision with another planet, or even an alien invasion. Jordan, Jake and Benjamin have their own ideas about how the world may eventually end, even if they aren’t prepared to name the date.
”I think it will end when the sun runs out,” suggests Jordan.
Jake agrees: ”And the Earth will then just freeze over.”
”I think it will be in a couple of thousand years when all the resources run out,” states Benjamin confidently. ”People will die of starvation and dehydration. So the Earth will survive but everything on Earth will die out.”
Jordan may not have seen the movie 2012 but he says that if the world does not end in that year, then in 2013 he is going to watch the movie and laugh.
Until then, don’t get too concerned. You can sleep soundly each night in the knowledge that Armageddon predictions have been wrong many times in the past, and will continue to be long into the future – a very long time into the future.

Shea H
May 31, 2011

No. The world is not ging to end in 2012. Just like the world was going to end in 1994 and Saturday, May 21, 2011….it never happened. So, the world is not ending anytime soon. 🙂

Al Heeley
May 31, 2011

Getting a bit bored with this question now. Just cos the Mayans ran out of paper when they drew up calendars for the next 3000 years is no evidence in my mind that the end of the world is predicted.
It was predicted last saturday 21st May. I bet they’re feeling a bit stupid now.

BigFatArtCat
May 31, 2011

Well if your going by the mayan calendar apocalypse than don’t worry because that has been dispelled by historians and proper translation. The mayans ended the calendar where they did pretty much because it was a good stopping point. From what I have read December 2012 was the end of a very long celestial cycle, an age so to speak like the age of Aquarius transitioning to Capricorn. If the Mayans were alive they would have treated it as a time for great celebration and feasting. As for the rest of these dooms day prophecies I wouldn’t worry to much. God, or whom ever you believe in or don’t believe in, takes you when he wants anyhow. There is no way around that. It may be in a epic apocalyptic flood-quake-tsunami-volcano explosion, it may be a heart attack. Either way, it won’t be wonderful but there really is no sence in worrying, it just wastes the good time that you do have.

That’s just my humble opinion anyways.

bikenbeer2000
May 31, 2011

Tectonic plates are moving all the time.
The Mayan Long Count calendar clicks over from 12.19.19.17.19 to 13.0.0.0.0 on 21st December 2012. That’s all there is to it. It’s the same as our calendar changing from 1999 to 2000. The Mayans themselves never predicted the end of the world would happen at that time.
All the doomsday predictions attached to this date are, without exception, unscientific nonsense, perpetrated by frauds and hoaxers.

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