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so... nothing is true. got it. my question then would be: what the hell are you even doing here? why not just watch your local news and read TIME magazine? are you just here to antagonize and call people stupid and crazy? i mean of course i realize how cool it makes you to disbelieve and debunk anything out of the ordinary, but do you sincerely have nothing better to do?
But on the other hand, is there something to all the ancient writings pointing to 2012? Perhaps.
Originally posted by Newagekid2012
You sir are in for a suprise!
Originally posted by NTellect
A big surprise indeed
Originally posted by ImaFungi
why dont you let a short amount of time debunk this theory for you/..... until then.,, whats the point in trying?
It seems interesting how such obvious hoaxes such as the following have what seems to be a never ending appeal.
1.Imaginary planets that will rip the guts out of the Earth
2.Ancient and modern prophecies
3.Unbelievable geological events
4.Weather that will raise the dead
The ideas and the evidence are preposterous and weak or faked respectively.
There are going to weather events yes,related to coming ice age .The pole shift confirmed that.
what the hell are you even doing here?
Obvious hoaxes? Speculation about when events that have happened in the past might happened again. Is not a hoax. It's called disaster preparedness and is taught by all intelligent societies.
Not any more preposterous than the evidence or theories you provided in this thread. In fact there is a lot more evidence to support ELE's than your theory. Your theory is riddled with ignorance.
What is being discussed is why such flawed ideas as the 2012 hoaxes have taken on such strong appeal to some people. It seems that it is just a part of the way humans behave.
Originally posted by tucker81
Correction, 19. By the way, when does your shift end?
The research is painting a broad new understanding of how the mind works. Contrary to the conventional notion that people absorb information in a deliberate manner, the studies show that the brain uses subconscious "rules of thumb" that can bias it into thinking that false information is true. Clever manipulators can take advantage of this tendency.