posted on Nov, 25 2012 @ 02:15 PM
Originally posted by Byrd
Originally posted by Uniceft17
This theory has already been tested......Has everyone forgot about Y2K, Everyone thought there was going to be a global blackout, computer systems
were going to crash, the world was going to end, etc. And nothing happened......and the hype was MUCH bigger than this December 21st 2012 non-sense.
Y2K approved products in stores, batteries and bottled water flying off shelves globally, and 90% of the Earth's population believed something was
going to happen and then...............NOTHING.
In fact, there was a lot of talk about the "great transformation" and thought being made manifest and aliens revealing themselves -- in general, the
exact same topics being promoted now.
Cry wolf, that's all I got to say when it comes to ignoring the day something does indeed come to fruition that some one, or some group was warning
Just because some believe in a doomsday fulfillment of a certain time period, doesn't make all future dates nullified for concern or interest.
Besides, Y2K was based off of a stupid number fluke that was "possibly" going to be an issue. It was such an asinine notion, and so what if the
electrical/computer grid went down? We'd have figured something out.
As for 2012, it's based off of extremely precise astronomical observations regarding cycles of our solar system's movements and durations; thrown
together like some type of transmission of gears and cogs. It's quite a bit more astounding than "oh, we think because the numbers go to 0, there
might be a problem". This one is specifically intended to be mysterious, all it shows is an INCREDIBLE mathematical and observational level that seems
implausible for people at the time, or the duration of their civilization...
I don't believe anything major will necessarily happen that day, but in my life, something probably will. This era though, is hard to deny as being a
major one in the change and 'progress' of our civilization, there's no doubt about it.
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