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I am, it`s called "conning the masses" *cough* banking *cough*
Anyways, to stay on topic, that would suck to get in the way of.
... Unless you can get a degree with it.
2012 comments are among my favorite. "I read what a blogger wrote about 2012 when I searched Google, and he cited some dude with a Dr. in front of his name." Absolutely nothing of astronomical significance will occur in December of 2012. Nothing. Ever.
By the way, don`t see the movie. Its just a lame-ass attempt by the very same director of Day After Tomorrow to siphon your money with shock value. Send that bastard to the poor house.
The most uplifting part of it all is that all the catastrophic events are well into the future. If man was able to accomplish all we have in 2000 years, given even 10,000 years we will be able to visit other systems in the Milky Way. Long live the exponential increase in human knowledge and technology.
Interestingly, this will likely be of no consequence, because as the Sun depletes its hydrogen, its luminosity is increasing slightly. On time-scales shorter than its hydrogen burning phase, we should see the Earth leave the habitable zone. It will undergo a runaway greenhouse effect, like Venus, once the oceans boil off. This will roughly occur in 100 million to 1 billion years and will inevitably end all life if it hasn`t already occurred.
Hummm, it`s interesting.
IAB doesn`t click links.Especially with an obscure explanation of the land beyond the link.-does not click-
yall stop ya bitchin
Wow, that`s err... nice to know.
...Nah, I still don`t get that whole existential crisis everyone is talking about these days.
You go for it. Tell us how it shakes out.
What is primary school? Is it like elementary school?
Are you kidding me, the Earth is tiny! Have you ever been able to see the Earth with the naked eye?
Or maybe they meant `Relative size of Earth`...
Unfortunately in that case the Sun would be the size of a period, the page would be many miles long, and the Earth would be the size of a hydrogen atom.
What do the years 1914, 1915, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1941, 1975, 1994, 2000, 2008, a whole crapload of dates from the 1800s, and 2012 all have in common? According to a lot of respectable people, the world would end on every one of those years. Go back to watching zeitgeist, I`ll see you in 2013.
thank you, once this date comes closer ppl are going to be like well what about y2k and past theroies like that, well those didnt have as much compiling evidence as the 2012 apocolypse. its just kind of odd how civilizations all over the world with no contact with each other all point to the same date saying a large event will happen
Was the year 2000 carried on for thousands of years? Did it have anything at all to do with the world ending?
I just love that description. You just want to go and make silly comics about the sun being a selfish whiney little attention whore after hearing that! XD
That is, unless you have a zombie survival kit. Then you will survive.
Well if some of Nostradamus` other predictions came true, who`s to say this one won`t? =S"
A coin toss, maybe. Or rolling a die. Because there`s just about as much probability to Nostradamus` claims as there is to anything else.
Also, the "theory" that Einstein backed in the 1920`s has been debunked and re-modified. If they can`t even use a supportable theory for the basis of their apocalypse... DX
I`m having a 12-23-12 party at my house: hookers and ice c-c-cream.
Well if some of Nostradamus` other predictions came true, who`s to say this one won`t? =S
Completely agree with you pal
also, in a billion years or so, the sun will blast into a supernova and f`king mess earth up
On the other hand, without beings like us (including the other sentient beings that are somehwere out there), the universe might as well never had existed. Who would know?
but that heat will probably warm mars and other moons, possibly making them inhabitable
Actually that will be the way the Earth will end(if we don`t blow it up ourselves first) As the sun reaches the end of its life, and because it is a star, and stars expand as they die, the sun will consume Mercury and Venus and will either eat the Earth too, or just burn it to a crisp...