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The End of The World in 2012?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Dark_Hunter, Aug 20, 2010.


2012 True?

  1. Yes

    19 vote(s)
  2. No

    106 vote(s)
  1. Dark_Hunter

    Dark_Hunter Member

    Everyone keeps saying the movie will come true? What do you think? Just another made up story or does it have some truth behind it? Discuss!
  2. Peggy

    Peggy Well-Known Member

    No Way!! :eek:

    Too much work has gone into this software for the world to end in 2012!!!
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  3. Dark_Hunter

    Dark_Hunter Member

    Haha, nice one.
  4. Onimua

    Onimua Well-Known Member

    Maybe it's the reason why the world ends. :p
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  5. Floris

    Floris Guest

    Who cares if it happens or not?
    So what if it happens? It's not like you will be there a day later. Nor will there be someone saying, well Floris, you're so awesome you get to go on this magic space ship and extend your life by living in space.
  6. Dark_Hunter

    Dark_Hunter Member

    Thanks for that glass is half empty.
  7. Floris

    Floris Guest

    I don't want to live my last days in a panic that something must happen. I rather be happy as I am, and live my life until I can't anymore. Be it tomorrow, 2012 or 2021. If it is going to end, it's going to end.
  8. Dark_Hunter

    Dark_Hunter Member

    Its going to end based on a movie if it happens in 2012. Lol!
  9. Peggy

    Peggy Well-Known Member

    I'm not panicked at all. I know where I'm going. ;)
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  10. Dark_Hunter

    Dark_Hunter Member

    And where is that? :)
  11. Forsaken

    Forsaken Well-Known Member

    Didn't the Internet implode in 2000? Guess not.
  12. CBI Web

    CBI Web Well-Known Member

    This planet and humankind will be around forever. It's the way we live that will come to an end; we just don't know when, and no one can really predict it. But I'm pretty sure it won't be as soon as 2012.
    Peggy likes this.
  13. Floris

    Floris Guest

  14. jonsidneyb

    jonsidneyb Well-Known Member

    Again....you guys are weird.
  15. Peggy

    Peggy Well-Known Member

    I thought Al Gore created the internet right about then? :eek:
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  16. Lawrence

    Lawrence Well-Known Member

    I voted no. It will be 2012 + 1 year for each leap year since prediction (or -1 year :eek:)
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  17. Floris

    Floris Guest

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  18. bookmark

    bookmark Well-Known Member

    I'v got the tickets..:rolleyes:
  19. Quillz

    Quillz Well-Known Member

    Realistically, all life on Earth will end in roughly 900,000 years, as scientists predict that's when the Earth will get too hot to harbor liquid water. And then Earth itself is predicted to last only another 4.8 billion years or so (astronomically, that is not much time at all) because the Sun will expand into a red giant and engulf the four inner planets.

    The Mayans predicted December 21, 2012 as the end of their 13th and final epoch. They did not necessarily mean to imply the world "will end," only that their calendar comes to an end. Had the Mayans still been around today, they probably would have also said that date is the start of their 14th epoch.
  20. Caliburn

    Caliburn Well-Known Member

    Call me pessimistic but I do believe that something is going to happen in 2012 and I do believe it will significantly alter the evolution of humanity. This could be in the form of an ELE but is probably something else. I hope for disclosure and public first contact because I believe we're ready for it, and that it is absolutely necessary for our race to finally wake the hell up.

    That said, we all have to accept that Earth is dying. It is common fact that one day, she'll either explode or implode. Long before that though, we're going to have to move on into the stars. Humanity is growing too quickly and I highly doubt that our natural resources are going to sustain us as a race much longer. We need to explore the galaxy and find new stars to call home.

    {On a side note, I intend to hijack the first Starship we build if it has some sort of star-drive, hyper-drive, jump-drive, warp-drive, or any variation thereof. I'll either succeed or die trying. I've already got a 30-person assault team [friends can be useful he-he]. By the way, attached is a pretty cool 3D picture of what a star-ship may look like.}

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