Why the World Won’t End on Dec. 21st 2012
For quite some time, people have predicted that the world is going to end. There was a prediction in 2000, in 2011, and the most famous one is perhaps upon us in a few days. If the threat of finals wasn’t enough now we have to deal with the end of world on:
DECEMBER 21st, 2012
The world however will not be ending on December 21st, 2012. There are many facts and theories that prove me correct. So if you don’t plan on buying Christmas gifts because you believed you and your family were going to die in a global catastrophe then please start buying gifts now…immediately.
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1. The Mayans were wrong.
The Mayan calendar does not include Leap Years, and there has been about 514 Leap years since their creation in 45BC. With the inclusion of an extra day every four years, it would April, 2014. And since the Mayan calendar did not take into account for leap year the world would have ended nearly a year ago.
The world would have ended nearly a year ago
2. NASA (The National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Says it’s Bullshit.
“Possible teenage suicide pacts and the potential for traumatizing fear in young children has prompted The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to release a video and other information this past week discounting theories that the end of the Maya calendar on December 21st, signifies the end of the world as we know it.”
“The world will not end in 2012,” the NASA website says. “Our planet has been getting along just fine for more than 4 billion years, and credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012.”
3. Planet X Will Crash Into Earth
Another popular theory is that Planet X aka Nibiru will crash into the planet and ya know, blow up Wisconsin, the surrounding 49 states and….STOP.
Do the following
- Take a deep breathe
- Now look outside. I’ll wait……..
- Alright are you back?
- Now slap yourself in the face!
If Nibiru was going to smash into Earth, you could see it be by now, in the skies bearing down on you like a professor handing back a test you know you failed.
4. But Nostradamus Predicted 2012
My Common Sense super powers can deduce this, if you believe in Nostradamus’ spiritual powers to predict the end of the world ,then you believe in God. God claimed that NO man will be able to predict when the end of the world will happen. If you believe in Nostradamus, you believe in God, because Nostradamus used spirits to make his predictions and God said no man would know the date. No matter how much you believe in Nostradamus, he did not and could not predict the end of the world. Plus, Revelations mentions that the world would end when there is peace in the middle east….have you seen the middle east lately…?
If you have any other prophecies or fears for 2012, please comment below and be proven wrong. If you have any questions or so, please address them to me on Dec 22nd. 2012.
Leon Langford | Bright Futura Columnist