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Posted Dec 12, '12 at 2:05pm

xAyjAy

xAyjAy

4,900 posts

it happens when it happens. nobody (not even someone named nobody) can say when it will happen.

 

Posted Dec 12, '12 at 2:35pm

thepunisher93

thepunisher93

1,863 posts

plz. specify jelly. i would think that if your inside is a jelly. that is pretty much fatal.

I meant
I mean inertia alone can't make your insides a jelly
 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 8:00am

dalang

dalang

12 posts

now is 16, and five days to go, we just can see what happens..

 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 11:10am

ptcdcs

ptcdcs

16 posts

By the way, December 21, 2012 isn't just the end of the Mayan Calendar, it is also the day of The Galactic Alignment. This phenomena is the aligning of the Earth, Sun, and the Black Hole in the center of the Milky Way.

And, the Winter Solstice is also this day.

I do not believe in the "End of the World" theory, but I believe something will happen.

 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 11:25am

Masterforger

Masterforger

1,856 posts

I do not believe in the "End of the World" theory, but I believe something will happen.

That something being the Galactic Alignment and the end of the Mayan calendar.
 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 11:40am

ptcdcs

ptcdcs

16 posts

Oh, and by the way, The Galactic Alignment only happens every 26,000 years and why the Mayan calendar "ends" on this date. Really, in just needs to go to the next b'ak'tun. The calendar itself (the complete series of 20 b'ak'tuns or one [/b]Piktun) ends on October 13, 4772, which oddly, is a Friday. (One b'ak'tun is 394 years)

The Maya believed that their world would end 63081429 solar years from their origin year (somewhere around 2000 BC). (This 63081429 year period is called one [b]Alautun
) They wrong in saying this because their world ended in 1546 AD, by the arrival of the Spanish.

 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 12:29pm

HahiHa

HahiHa

5,258 posts

Knight

They wrong in saying this because their world ended in 1546 AD, by the arrival of the Spanish.

You're thinking of the Inka. There are still people of Mayan descendance today.
 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 12:42pm

ptcdcs

ptcdcs

16 posts

They're civilization was destroyed. Those people are not in direct connection of pure mayans

 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 12:42pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,119 posts

 

Posted Dec 16, '12 at 1:00pm

HahiHa

HahiHa

5,258 posts

Knight

They're civilization was destroyed. Those people are not in direct connection of pure mayans

*Their

Bohoo. Of course their culture has widely changed since the Mayan high cultures went down, but what is that nonsense about "pure Mayans"? Todays Mayans are the descendants of the historic populations, the survivors.