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2012 actually happening in 2116... Whoops!

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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:17 AM
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Not sure how much this holds up but this article says that an error in calculation means that the real end of the world will be in 2116.

tvanouvelles.ca...




Selon de récents calculs, la fin du monde prévue dans le calendrier maya aura lieu... en 2116. La présumée date fatidique du 21 décembre 2012 était le résultat d'une erreur de 104 ans, rectifiée par deux scientifiques allemands, grâce à un code maya conservé à la bibliothèque de Dresde. Ils ont publié le résultat de leurs recherches dans la revue Astronomische Nachrichtenles, reportant ainsi la fin du monde.

edit on 18-3-2011 by doobiefillin because: (no reason given)




posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:21 AM
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LOL..yeah this is what the doom and gloomers always do..they get people (sheople actually) to believe the end is coming then they sell you all their new crap to survive..then when it gets remotely close to the day..they change it..BS..all of it. The only thing this proves is how full a crap they all are..



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:23 AM
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Our calendar has been messed with so much over the centuries that this doesn't even surprise me, as for the link, I don't speak French all to well yet, so I can't really read too much of it.

In fact I've heard several times that the 2012 date might have already happened.

I feel it's better to look forward without the fear of the end because, whatever happens, happens.

Nice find though if true.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by doobiefillin
Not sure how much this holds up but this article says that an error in calculation means that the real end of the world will be in 2016.

tvanouvelles.ca...




Selon de récents calculs, la fin du monde prévue dans le calendrier maya aura lieu... en 2116. La présumée date fatidique du 21 décembre 2012 était le résultat d'une erreur de 104 ans, rectifiée par deux scientifiques allemands, grâce à un code maya conservé à la bibliothèque de Dresde. Ils ont publié le résultat de leurs recherches dans la revue Astronomische Nachrichtenles, reportant ainsi la fin du monde.



Merce' I think. I do not speak french but thanks just the same. Guess on 12/22/12 all the 2012 'ers will be saying oh no we got the math wrong again...



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:26 AM
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Originally posted by Nebulous1973
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LOL..yeah this is what the doom and gloomers always do..they get people (sheople actually) to believe the end is coming then they sell you all their new crap to survive..then when it gets remotely close to the day..they change it..BS..all of it. The only thing this proves is how full a crap they all are..


Says the man who doesn't have the all new, all in one, 2012 survival guide, kitchen ware, tin foil hat, and miracle shelter!



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:31 AM
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Here's my translation of it

According to recent calculations, the end of the world predicted in the Mayan calendar will take place... in 2116. The presumed prophetic date of 21 December 2012 was the result of an error of 104 years, corrected by two German scientists, thanks to a Mayan code preserved at the Dresden library. They have published the results of their research in the journal Astronomische Nachrichtenles, thereby reporting the end of the world.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:33 AM
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I keep saying this but when did the Mayans and the likes say it was the end of the world in 2012 anyway?



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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Originally posted by Tangled2011
I keep saying this but when did the Mayans and the likes say it was the end of the world in 2012 anyway?



I would like to know this as well



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:39 AM
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The calendar does not predict the end of the world, it only predicts the end of a cycle ("Month", "Year", "Millenium", "Era" or whatever the calendar is based on) and the beginning of the next cycle. Just like my calendar here predicts the end of March and the beginning of April and it also predicts the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012, and it is quite precise, most often the month and the year ends exactly as predicted by my calendar. And the hours end exactly as predicted by my clock.
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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:45 AM
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The Mayans NEVER predicted the end of the world. There is no prophecy foretelling the end of the world; their calendar simply ends, or restarts, depending on how they viewed time. The Japan earthquake shifted the earth on its axis and made the days a second shorter, how many times has this happened since the Baktun cycle calendar was created? How many days off is our calendar from theirs? It's just silly to put so much stock and faith in something that has been so distorted and manipulated. Kind of like RELIGION!



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:45 AM
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i propose we change the name of this section to "2116"



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:49 AM
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Selon de récents calculs, la fin du monde prévue dans le calendrier maya aura lieu... en 2116. La présumée date fatidique du 21 décembre 2012 était le résultat d'une erreur de 104 ans, rectifiée par deux scientifiques allemands, grâce à un code maya conservé à la bibliothèque de Dresde. Ils ont publié le résultat de leurs recherches dans la revue Astronomische Nachrichtenles, reportant ainsi la fin du monde.


Translation :

Thanks to recent calculations, the end of the world predicted by the Mayan calendar will actually happen in 2116. The predicted date (21st of December 2012) was the result of a calculation error of 104 years, fixed by two german scientists based on a mayan code conserved at the Dresde Library. They published the results of their research in the Astronomische Nachrichtenles, postponing the end of the world.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:51 AM
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Just like my calendar here predicts the end of March and the beginning of April and it also predicts the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012, and it is quite precise, most often the month and the year ends exactly as predicted by my calendar. And the hours end exactly as predicted by my clock.


My calendar predicts the end of the world on the 31st December every year, and on the morning of the 1st Jan when I discover that the world did not end, it sure feels as if it did!


I am so glad to see the use of "most often the month and the year ends exactly as predicted", since of course it does not actually do that accurately which is why we need a leap year and leap century, and then there are Chile and Japan changing that a bit as well.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:56 AM
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Originally posted by iNsOmNiOuS



Selon de récents calculs, la fin du monde prévue dans le calendrier maya aura lieu... en 2116. La présumée date fatidique du 21 décembre 2012 était le résultat d'une erreur de 104 ans, rectifiée par deux scientifiques allemands, grâce à un code maya conservé à la bibliothèque de Dresde. Ils ont publié le résultat de leurs recherches dans la revue Astronomische Nachrichtenles, reportant ainsi la fin du monde.


Translation :

Thanks to recent calculations, the end of the world predicted by the Mayan calendar will actually happen in 2116. The predicted date (21st of December 2012) was the result of a calculation error of 104 years, fixed by two german scientists based on a mayan code conserved at the Dresde Library. They published the results of their research in the Astronomische Nachrichtenles, postponing the end of the world.


Sorry to sound harsh but once again this just doesn't add up...these scientists are "postponing the end of the world" by using the mayan code...they cant be very good scientist's if they failed to realise the mayan code doesnt mention any end of the world. Thats the biggest calculation error in their theory



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 10:57 AM
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So the main reason everyone is all up in arms about 2012 is because of the Mayan calender COMBINED with various other predictions as well as celestial events.

Now, if the date of the Mayan calender is incorrect, then the NEW "end of the world" date has nothing at all supporting it other than being the end of the Mayan's calender.

So the whole end of the world scenario gets even LESS convincing.... didn't even think that was possible!



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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People always seem to think that "end of the world" means end of the "world" only life as we know, it just may be the end of era as previously mentioned..The earth IS changing, the poles ARE shifting, the evidence is everywhere, but no human can possibley put an experation date on humanity..We can take lessons from the past though and realize that the world has gone through many changes with/without humans existing on it..The world will live, global devastation in levels of natural disasters are happening because of a pole shift going on(its natural), our peachy lives will not always cease to exist in these terms..Like a dog having fleas, or child having growing pains, our world is young and wont stop evolving..Individual exstinction is on the rise in all areas of the world, whether it be disaster/disease..The worlds axis has shifted, mayan calendars have only been off by mins or secs, well thats already changed from earthquakes, scientists only know so much and are learning themselves, educational systems change every 20yrs, so what you learn now will change in another 20, why is that the mayans knew so much thousands of yrs ago about celestial bodies and time, same with the egyptians, but somewhere inbetween people were getting killed for believing the world was round?? Intelligence in history has always changed either we are getting smarter or dumber, its just a matter of deciphering which one?? Nobody knows so just live life like its your last, because for anybody, anyday everywhere it is someones last, and for every last theres a first



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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Originally posted by doobiefillin
Not sure how much this holds up but this article says that an error in calculation means that the real end of the world will be in 2116.

tvanouvelles.ca...




Selon de récents calculs, la fin du monde prévue dans le calendrier maya aura lieu... en 2116. La présumée date fatidique du 21 décembre 2012 était le résultat d'une erreur de 104 ans, rectifiée par deux scientifiques allemands, grâce à un code maya conservé à la bibliothèque de Dresde. Ils ont publié le résultat de leurs recherches dans la revue Astronomische Nachrichtenles, reportant ainsi la fin du monde.

edit on 18-3-2011 by doobiefillin because: (no reason given)


Oh thankyou.

I can go back to sleep and sleep for long hours or die in peace without a warning in 2012



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