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Re: 2012
« Reply #15 on: December 29, 2006, 06:44:50 AM »
I guess that makes sense.  12/21/2012, eh?  That's an awfully loaded number.  Where did you stumble across this information, anyway? 

No matter what happens, what's the point in worrying about it?  Unless we know exactly what is going to happen we can't prepare for it, really.  I suppose it's still interesting to speculate about.  At least I know how old I'll be when this "big change" happens, if it happens.

And as far as Y2K, most of the concerns were on a technological front for the average person, and there still were some problems in places, but we knew what was going to happen so we took care of it.  It was a very real issue, but companies are good at working quickly to preserve their products when they need to.  However, I believe most of the "end of the world" prophets were looking at 2001 (the third millenium), not 2000(Y2K), but I could be wrong.  I consider Y2K still 2000, simply because it is year 2000, not the 2000th year if that makes any sense.


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Re: 2012
« Reply #16 on: March 11, 2007, 09:34:22 AM »
The end of the world has been predicted from ages and several years were predicted and were proven wrong .. however there is a strange wave of beliefs ( different than any years predicted before) that predicts the end will be on 2012.

I personally agree how long are we going to stay on earth more than we already did!.

By the way the signs of armageddon that jesus have written in the bible have been there from existence .. but we didnt take care of one sign which is knowledge or technological advances which wasnt there 10 years ago .. so this is the aspect that differentiate between 2012 and any other year.
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Re: 2012
« Reply #17 on: July 05, 2007, 05:07:41 PM »
I heard something that freaked me out whilst watching a documentary. I'm gonna skip the meat of it, but the narrators last words were;

"It only takes once to prove the prediction right."

In other words do we really want to prove this right? I mean we're talking the end of the world not some lotto number, if it's 2012 I don't think anyone is going to have time to say "I told you so" whilst being devoured by the multi headed beast. Furthermore I doubt anyone will be able to hear them over the blood curdling screams of many, many people. Yeah salvation and stuff for select few, but imagine your best in the world friend, (yeah John) you just found out he's not religious. Guess what else, he ain't coming with you to heaven(No blasphemey, but God has strict rules), here's the best part though; you get to watch him suffer from safe security whilst his innards are neatly seperated.

So instead of appraising the date of doom, let's pray it actually never happens.


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Re: 2012
« Reply #18 on: July 14, 2007, 10:11:16 PM »
maybe the earth will end. but does that mean we will end. i mean take away the religious standpoint for a second. we learn new stuff about the earth every day. we don't really know exactly how old the earth is. maybe our entire existence is in a repeated cycle of creation and destruction maybe god is the controller of this cycle and maybe he /she is a part of it just like we are. even if the world ends, does it really?
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