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Gantz tempered that assessment by saying that the further Iran progresses with its nuclear program, the "worse the situation is. This is a critical year, but not necessarily 'go, no-go,'" Gantz said. "The problem doesn't necessarily stop on December 21, 2012. Business Insider Article HERE
Originally posted by Count Chocula
Well this is odd, now all references to the December 21, 2012 date are gone. The Business Insider article has completely changed, and the original source has edited the date to 12/31/2012. Very strange.
None of what I posted was inaccurate. I copied and pasted the quoted material and links.
How is that possible?
Originally posted by OccamsRazor04
reply to post by Xaphan
Or it was a typo and the quote was 31 all along and the guy typing hit a 2 instead of a 3.
Gantz tempered that assessment by saying that the further Iran progresses with its nuclear program, the “worse the situation is. This is a critical year, but not necessarily ‘go, no-go,’” Gantz said. “The problem doesn’t necessarily stop on December 21, 2012.
Originally posted by Xaphan
Even hours after reading this my mind won't stop racing around it. I too was always very skeptical of the whole 2012 thing.