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Originally posted by luxsit
• The Earth is in danger of being hit by a meteor. Sorry, but there are no large size meteors nearby that will wipe out all life on Earth.
• The super volcano in Yellowstone National Park is going to erupt in 2012. Maybe. The eruption is set to take place every 600,000 years. It has been 640,000 years since the last eruption. Therefore, this volcano is 40,000 years behind. It is unlikely that scientists can predict when this volcano will erupt and it is doubtful that it will erupt within the next two years.
Originally posted by dsm1664
reply to post by dementedtheclown
Ahh yes, the Millenium Bug.
Everything else was based on the majik number 2000, which is just that, a number.
2012 , is not just about the number, and is not the same situation.
Originally posted by LDragonFire
You are incorrect in your assumptions here. Both of these events you have listed will happen in the future, its a 100% guarantee they will happen because they have happened before. We don't know when they will happen, but to come on here and say there are no large size Asteroids nearby or that it is doubtful that Yellowstone will blow is wishful thinking.
Both of these events you have listed will happen in the future, its a 100% guarantee they will happen because they have happened before.
Well to reference NASA on a subject like this means nothing my friend, there are many things that could possibly happen and NASA wouldn't release any information pointing towards this, not yet anyway!
during this shift it is said that the earth will lose its' magnetic field for a small period of time