reply to post by heineken
dude bang your head harder since you are not going to make fool of me
That was never my intention.
i am intrigued with the Mayan's knowledge when it comes to our very own Galaxy..
The galactic knowledge of the Mayans is relative. They knew a lot for their time. There is nothing in the modern scientific understanding of the
Galaxy to suggest that the world is going to end in 2012. Making an appeal to the Mayans is an appeal to authority and while an appeal to authority
can be helpful if its a GOOD authority the Mayans are out-dated by more than a thousand years here.
Yes, our planet aligns with the Galactic center, this happens every single year at the Winter Solstice and has a total of NO potential to cause any
issues with our planet. If alignment with the galactic center really did cause issues don't you think we'd see evidence of those issues in the 4.5
billion year history of the Earth? Unless 2012 is the first time in the last 4.5 Billion years that we've aligned with it (which simply isn't the
here is a proof from hubble that galaxy do emit energy through the centre of their disc..
This photo is entirely worthless. You have provided no context for it. It certainly isn't an image of the Milky Way, unless you really think the
hubble is outside our Galaxy looking in. The "energy" being emitted appears to be light energy although I don't know for sure because without knowing
what the photo is of or what spectrum it is in I have no idea what form the suppose energy is taking.
Some speculate that a greatly diminished magnetic field during a reversal period will expose the surface of the Earth to a substantial and
potentially damaging increase in cosmic radiation. However, Homo erectus and their ancestors certainly survived many previous reversals, though they
did not depend on computer systems that could be damaged by large Coronal mass ejections.
There is no evidence suggesting that geomagnetic reversal would cause an extinction, there is also no evidence that a geomagnetic reversal will take
place in 2012.
i will keep on seeking for answers since we are being left without any
There is nothing mysterious, magical or true about the Mayan Doomsday and there isn't a shred of credible evidence to suggest the world is going to
end. And yes answers ARE being offered, as are rebuttals by the scientists who study this stuff for a living.
Here is just one such lecture, from an astrophysicist named David Morrison.
YOU ARE SUPPOSE TO HELP ME DUDE NOT BASHING ME!!!!!
I never intended to bash you, I merely offered my opinion of the content of the video. Attacking the material is not the same as attacking the
do some research and come back here..
I have been looking into 2012 for the last four years. This Doomsday, like many others before it, is based upon poorly done pseudoscience designed to
con the paranoid and gullible. 2012 is one of those dangerous cons that manages to sway people who are normally rational intelligent folks
(scientology is another example). There are actually people who believe in this stuff to such a degree that they contemplate suicide and even some say
they will kill their children before the world ends to save them the pain. There are also tons being swindled out of money on books and other
pseudoscientific materials that are for sale not to mention millions wasted on apocalypse bunkers. 2012 is a dangerous con-job, if you don't believe
me than do some research and come back here.
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