reply to post by magma
I apologize if I come across as rude or condescending, but I think someone needs to say something to these tormented people that let the feeling of
"look at me", "look what I "..."know"/ "figured out"/ "predicted" tendencies, mixed with the excitement of a "restart" get the best of them.
Here is what I have to say, something that is fact, fact as I know it, and soon to be fact as you will come to learn it.
Civilization, specifically ..... and dare I say "humans" while excluding those that truly get it... Humans have this little quirk about them..... They
love to feel like they
can predict the end days... They base it off others opinions, from people that must have been psychics...Frighteningly
enough it has gotten worse from video games and anything else learned, that repeatedly resets everyone back to common ground...
Of course you have a good percentage of people that truly worry about the perceived doom and then you have those that are down right bat **** crazy
Those that are disproportionately scared, are prone to drama and this is just a peak on a long graph of hysterical behavior. They will feel like it is
xmas on the 22nd... Good for them...
The generally worried are normal in most cases.... They just have faith in someone that believes it is going down in the D on the 21st or simply trust
that the internet is an reliable research team.
I would like to believe that people are just trolling when they talk about an ancient calender, that predicts the end. But ....... sadly enough, this
delusional, recurring gene shows its angry head every few years. For thousands of years, it has been predicted, passed, reviewed, re predicted then
passed again. ... This automatically implies that they were psychic. True psychics! Really?
I wonder when the Mayans predicted that they would disappear?
Some parents must be so disappointed with the result of their influence.
edit on 5-12-2012 by MobiusShaun because: (no reason given)