posted on Aug, 22 2010 @ 07:45 PM
reply to post by ZikhaN
End times ≠ 2012
Im guessing they will only remove the 2012 part of the title.
Many researchers disagree with the 2012 date, in fact it is really only popular amoung pop culture and fiction, many think
it(transistion/cataclysm/end of cycle) will be between about 2013-2018. And some also think earlier, like the great spiritual awakening may happen in
2011. Nobody I know has a time machine so everyone is just guessing, though some more informed than others.
It would be really ignorent to think that the myan calander is the basis for all of what gets called the "2012" phenomena, and even more ignorent to
think that when the mayan date comes and goes that the "end times" has been disproven.
If lets suppose it was all proven wrong, they still shouldnt delete the section as we should learn from past mistakes, and the information that lead
people to believe should still be available for analysis.
[edit on 22-8-2010 by polarwarrior]