End of days or end of fodder?

Is it really the end of days? I’m fascinated by the end of the world projections, which led me to a search on both sides of the debate. The believers and the nons are passionate and thorough in their arguments.

When the world didn’t end in 2003, the timeline moved to one of the cycles in the ancient Mayan calendar, at the 2012 winter solstice. Last year, Rapture Friday was predicted for 21 october 2011. Nada. This year, doomsday followers believe that Nibiru, the Twelfth Planet, is quickly nearing the Earth, and will hit on 21 december.

For anyone distressed, fear not, for NASA has plainly and declaratively stated on their website:

“21 december 2012, won’t be the end of the world as we know, however, it will be another winter solstice”

There it is, another lovely winter solstice and beyond, is in our future. NASA does provide answers to the questions, myths and rumors of how end of days theories came to be.

However, if you are a doomsday believer, here’s the definitive site for information. You can also sign the Petition for the Truth: A plea to world government leaders for answers, acknowledgment or denial that they know, or are aware, that a life changing event is going to occur.

At this writing, here’s what the skeptics and opportunists are taking to the tweets.







If the world is indeed ending in a few weeks, I’d rather go out on a laugh.

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