Saturday, May 12, 2012 12:08:05 PM
The Mayan calendar didn't account for leap year @TheShgn2 & @Justin9235: UGH! The Mayan calender is actually MORE accurate than ours. There are no "leap years" because it simply counts the days until the END of the cycle! It has accurately predicted lunar and solar eclipses going back (and foreward in theory) over 5,00 YEARS! Something Our calender would not do as accurately. No leap years, READ A BOOK! Or at least Wiki...
Friday, May 11, 2012 11:52:01 PM
They're still putting stock in this end of the world bullpoo? This is old. I hope whoever is still spreading lies and propaganda about "2012 end of the world" just to make money get`s lynched on new years btw.
Friday, May 11, 2012 10:05:06 PM
I think there is something unsettling about the fact that discounting a theory based on alleged, ancient, Mayan prophecies predicting that the world will end on a specific date requires us to find other, ancient, Mayan artifacts, which show that they did not, in fact, believe the world would end on that date.