The key to understanding the reference to 2012 is a unique title that the king gave himself, said the archaeologists. Views Read Edit Fossil record. Written this way, Stuart notes, the text mentions a future time of historical importance—the 50-year anniversary of the victory—but it does so in reference to the event at hand, i.
Fox news was happy to hand him a microphone. That day brings to a close the 13th Bak'tun, an almost 400-year period in the Maya long-count calendar.
The only positive to take from this is that the death toll could have been much higher. This prediction can be tested right now:. That's just us. Ancient peoples and places series, no. The Mayan calendar ended one of its great cycles in December 2012, which fueled predictions about an apocalypse on December 21, 2012 at 11: Now, the fact that this "mutating neutrino" stuff is total bullshit  — or, at least, " mutation " with respect to neutrinos certainly isn't as depicted — is beside the point; the film depicts neutrinos managing to heat up the Earth's core and boil underground water reserves, much like microwaves do, yet the human bodies standing around it which are mostly made of water don't seem to be adversely affected.
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The Pleiadians, a purportedly friendly bunch of aliens with an intense interest in the planet Earth, were set to arrive and their mission was to help us. Once December 21 passed, the crazies had begun to worry about The End coming in 2013 instead, shifting from the Mayans to Newton as their trusted source of mystical wisdom.
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If you are alive and things are normal, the theory was complete and utter bullshit. Don't worry, the finale of Batman Begins makes pretty much the same mistake. Indonesia Bahasa - Bahasa.
Volcanic rocks are regularly observed to have magnetic field lines not pointing in the direction they should if the north magnetic pole had been where it is at the time of their formation. The Early Years. Continue Reading. And even if they did, the effects on our planet would be negligible. The History Channel also cemented its reputation for hard-headed factual exposition with a 2006 show on the subject.