Well elsewhere online, regarding this, someone disproved Orion moved in relation to the surrounding stars but then found that Polaris was out, after very careful calculations that always work precisely up until very recently, that there was 6 arcminutes difference or basically 1/10th of a degree, which would mean everything including Orion would be out. He is going to double check this again.
So the most that could be out is 1/10th of a degree very recently, and that may just be equipment error.
If it was out 1/10th of a degree, wouldn't that be very insignificant unless something is just beginning to change. If its completed its change,
that wouldn't do anything. If that is all 2012 is, well????