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Originally posted by RueBakon
Originally posted by troubleshooter
Brisbane: Summer solstice Friday 21 December 2012 10.11pm EDT
Ummm? Are we dealing with the summer and winter solstice's or does that depend on what part of the world you live in?edit on 12/19/2012 by RueBakon because: Fixed qoute tag
Originally posted by woogleuk
Originally posted by prevenge
Originally posted by Juggernog
reply to post by prevenge
Why should it be GMT and not the timezone that the the Mayan Peninsula is in, which happens to be CST for us.
I've wondered that myself.
But for some reason (probably because of the British Empire) we use GMT as the calibration point.
Posssibly it has some occult druidic significance.. with the leylines in that area.. all the megaliths etc... just speculating..
Boats and trains apparently....... Greenwich Mean Time
That plus Britain is the centre of the known universe
Originally posted by mikell
I'm supposed to at work then but I think I'll just walk down to the beach and look out over Lake Michigan si I can see it coming. Second thought "Winter storm warning that morning" so the end IS NEAR!! End of the nice weather anyway
Originally posted by hellobruce
Originally posted by Dustytoad
i'm talking about the solstice..
It's real buddy.
But the time was not predicted by the mayans....
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by P-M-H
Who said it was a big deal?
What makes you think I think anything is going to happen?
Other than the solstice that is. That happens every year.