posted on Nov, 10 2009 @ 09:05 AM
reply to post by genius/idoit
The Long Count Calendar date starts on August 11, 3114 B.C. although the calendar itself was not in existence until 2,100 years ago, when it
was calculated and invented
++ Long Count Calendar represents a cycle of time that is approximately 5,125 years, ***
++Mayans believed that there were five great ages and we live in the last one
just what info or data does NASA have, to debunk the Maya's long-count calender that spans close to 5,125 years... OR over 1,880,000 days ??
I would give a nod to the Maya & the older Olemecs' for creating these extremely long calendars... but the Maya have a requirement to prove that
there have been 4 previous 'Long-Count' calanders that have transpired before even the Maya creation date in 3114BCE
4 previous long-counts of 5,125 years each would extend back to
~23,616BCE if the time line was continuious.
with these end-dates:
- 3114 BC
- 8239 BC
-23614 BC is the beginning of the 5 successive Maya calender long-counts
? NASA can scientifically discount that major global calamities did not happen around the above listed end-of-calander-age dates.
I dont think so.
NASA, get back to the work your paid for, not for commentary about a movie premise...or for publishing statements more appropriate in forum dialogue