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NASA - why the world didn't end yesterday
NASA released this video even before the 21st to explain why the doomsday claims were bogus.
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#55 Posted by
on 23 December, 2012, 2:52
It did end for a billionth of a second, then the earth was re-created and everyone on it. Like magic. It was such a short moment, that nobody could have actually noticed it so the end of the world had escaped everyone's physical perception. Some of your ideas have a very peculiar tone. Anyway, you made me laugh. Thanks.
#56 Posted by
on 24 December, 2012, 15:30
This is the last time I believe unsubstantiated new age theories. I was genuinely hoping that humanity would be purged from the planet in some great cataclysm I would have happily accepted my own destruction if I knew the rest of the human race was going down with me. But I was left disappointed and still 'alive'. Also the idea of acension seemed quite an appealing one but again another lie and example of new age propaganda. I was waiting to be given the chance to ascend looks like I'll have to do it myself now.
#57 Posted by
Wearer of Hats
on 25 December, 2012, 22:40
hang on .. did someone just say, in all honesty, "we don't reallly know waht the Maya did or did not know" as a DEFENCE of the Maya end-of-the-world prophesy?
#58 Posted by
on 26 December, 2012, 1:35
hang on .. did someone just say, in all honesty, "we don't reallly know waht the Maya did or did not know" as a DEFENCE of the Maya end-of-the-world prophesy? There can be no defense of the Mayan end of the world prophecy, because there is no Mayan end of the world prophecy. They didn't believe in the end of the world. To paraphrase Steven Wright, the world may have ended but been replaced by an exact duplicate. Or... in other words, there's this... http://www.alternati...k/Particles.htm "In the world of particle physics, matter is constantly flashing in and out of existence as new particles a...
#59 Posted by
on 26 December, 2012, 1:55
Like Jesus said when the ancients asked the question . no one knows the hour not even him:)
#60 Posted by
on 26 December, 2012, 8:04
There can be no defense of the Mayan end of the world prophecy, because there is no Mayan end of the world prophecy. They didn't believe in the end of the world. To paraphrase Steven Wright, the world may have ended but been replaced by an exact duplicate. or Douglas Adams. Anyway, yes, as someone else once said, if the Mayans were that great Prophets, why did they not apparently see that their own civilisation would be destroyed long before the end of the 13th Baktun?
#61 Posted by
on 28 December, 2012, 19:19
i like to think it as the start of the apocalypse..not the actual event. i was hoping at least zombie breakout...lol
#62 Posted by
on 30 December, 2012, 1:45
Dewey got p***ed at you blowing it up all the time. nah im jk
#63 Posted by
on 31 December, 2012, 7:28
I think many of us just wish the human race would straighten up and start acting the way they should. What a world it would be without greed, corruption, violence and killing. The media did the Mayan calendar a great injustice by misinterpreting it. As I understand, it only indicated the end of an earth age and the beginning of a new one. I will admit I was a little disappointed to see nothing changed for the better on the 21st. Hey, maybe it will just take awhile. Happy New Year to everyone as we enter a "new age". May it be much better than the last one!
#64 Posted by
on 4 January, 2013, 11:26
we were saved on the eleventh hour by aliens from nibiru Thats the lizard people..
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