December 21, 2012

It’s been a date that we’ve all been hearing about for a long time. Supposedly on this date the world as we know it will come to an end…or does it? For years there have been many “Doomsayers” writing ridiculous stories and posting videos on YouTube with all that dramatic music, CGI video, and poor spelling and grammar aimed at scaring people. Then there’s the Mayan Calendar, I-Ching, and Nostradamus. The list goes on and on. The 2012 movie even “warned us” of impending doom, but understand that it was only a movie. Besides it’s also hard to believe about doom and gloom from a president played by Danny Glover. I guess Morgan Freeman was busy that day.

Lets take a minute and ponder this. How many times have we all heard about the end of the world? It’s like a revolving door of dates that just keep on coming and show no signs of stopping. Seriously, theres a ton of dates. Check out this LINK to see how many times people thought the world was going to end. Here’s some popular dates on when the world was supposed to end.

January 1, 2000: Y2K! Computer systems and other machinery were expected to crash or malfunction causing major catastrophe. Didn’t happen.

May 2003: Planet X aka “Nibiru” which was a planet four times the size of Jupiter, or a brown dwarf star, would collide into the Earth. Obviously didn’t happen. By the way the person who said this would happen said she learned of it through aliens commnicating via an implant in her brain.

May 21, 2011: The Rapture. Supposedly this was the day that there would be major earthquakes around the globe and “God’s select people” would leave the Earth. Five months later on October 21, 2011 the world would end. Well nobody mysteriously disappeared and once again the world didn’t end.

With all the failed dates passed, we once again come back to December 21, 2012. This date by doomsayers is the penultimate day, because this date signifies the end of the Mayan calendar. Some mark this day as Armageddon. Others say we will enter a new state of consciousness. The rest of us just think it will be another day. So what exactly is supposed to happen on this day? Well lets look at the scenarios.

Solar Flares: Currently the Sun is in a period called a “Solar Maximum” where it produces the greatest amount of solar activity. We’ve been in this period since 2008. Doomsayers believe on December 21, 2012 a solar flare so big will either destroy the entire world’s power grid taking months to years to get back online, or basically destroy all life on the planet according to the final minutes of the movie Knowing. While solar flares always pose a danger in terms of everything electric NASA has stated that the Knowing scene will not happen. Plus it was a movie starring Nicholas Cage so lets not get too worked up on this.

Planet X aka Nibiru Makes An Appearance: Ok, didn’t we already debunk this theory back in 2003? Well it’s back again and everyone believes they have seen it. Seen what exactly? If there was some giant planet, or brown dwarf star, on it’s way towards us we would all be able to see it by now. Doomsayers say it’s hidden behind the Sun. Some say that “it’s not a moon…it’s a space station.” Others believe that it will cause a pole shift that will take place quicker than Dominoes delivering a pizza to your house. C’mon people. Once again this is obviously bullshit. Want a good laugh, watch the video below.

The NWO: Some believe that the world will not end by some intergalactic anomaly, but by man. Nuclear war, terrorist attacks, sabotage. Basically everything we create will be turned against us. A New World Order is what they’re calling it. They’re goals: population control, eliminating religion, a preservation of nature. Doomsayers and conspiracy theorists use the Denver International Airport as their proof. However, I’m still trying to get over the fact on how the world will possibly be ruled by Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Hulk Hogan? Once again I’m calling Bullshit!

NASA has already stated for years that none of this 2012 nonsense is going to happen, so why does everyone fear it so much? Do people have a death wish and really want the world to end? Maybe the doomsayers want to scare you just enough to make you buy all their needless shit. If you really believe that the world is going to end in a few days then do me a favor and send me all your money. I have no 2012 survival guides, underground shelters, magical trinkets, or intergalactic spaceships, but I’ll be happy to spend your money. Seriously, there’s nothing to worry about. Trust me when I tell you that when you wake up on December 22, 2012 you’ll still be here. As for the doomsayers…we’ll be laughing at them while they go into hiding. Surely they’ll return once again with a new date based on some quantum mathematics equation that they pulled out of their ass along with some cockamamie theory to back it up. Just remember that they’re all full of shit, and only the good Lord upstairs knows when time is up so don’t worry about it. Enjoy the rest of 2012, Happy Holidays, and let’s get ready for 2013 and beyond.

  1. matthew says:

    everyone keeps going on about it, its annoying.

  2. AJ says:

    Amen to that, I too have been plagued by these mad suggestions, I think I may need help!!! anyways I have a dental appointment that day, and its something I have been dreading, I am a dental phobic, there I said it, someone please stop these hyped up theories please

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