Will the World Really End in 2012?

16 04 2010


End of the World?

Will it all come to a end on 21st December 2012

 Scientific experts from around the world are predicting that on December 21st 2012 all life on earth will come to a end. Some people are saying that, us humans will be the cause of it all and some say natural phenomenon will be the cause. What ever the case maybe here are some of the reasons why some people believe the world will come to a end.

 Mayan Calendar

The first to predict this were the Mayans a very intelligent race for example they built highly accurate astrological equipment out of stone. Thousands of years ago they managed to calculate the length of the lunar moon as 329.53020 days, only 34 seconds out. The Mayan calendar predicts that the earth will end on December 21, 2012. Given that they were pretty close to the mark with the lunar cycle, is it likely they’ve got the end of the world right as well?

Sun Storms

Solar experts from around the world monitoring the sun have made a startling discovery. Our sun is in a bit of strife. The energy output of the sun is, like most things in nature, cyclic and it’s supposed to be in the middle of a period of relative stability. However, recent solar storms have been bombarding the earth with lot of radiation energy. It’s been knocking out power grids and destroying satellites. This activity is predicted to get worse and calculations suggest it’ll reach its deadly peak sometime in 2012.

The Bible

If having scientists warning us about the end of the world isn’t bad enough, religious folks are getting in on the act as well. Interpretations of the Christian Bible reveal that the date for Armageddon, the final battle between good an evil, has been set for 2012. The I Ching, also known as the Chinese Book of Changes, says the same thing, as do various sections of the Hindu teachings.

Super Volcano

Yellowstone National Park in United States is famous for its thermal springs and old faithful geyser. The reason for this is simple  it’s sitting on top of the world’s biggest volcano and geological experts are beginning to get nervous sweats. The Yellowstone volcano has a pattern of erupting every 650,000 years or so, and we’re many years overdue for an explosion that will fill the atmosphere with ash, blocking the sun and plunging the earth into a frozen winter that could last up to 15,000 years. The pressure under the Yellowstone is building steadily, and geologists have set a possible date for the eurption some time in 2012.

Earths Magnetic Field

We all know the Earth is surrounded by a magnetic field that shields us from most of the sun’s radiation. What you might not know is that the magnetic poles we call North and South have a nasty habit of swapping places every 750,000 years or so and right now we’re about 30,000 years overdue. Scientists have noted that the poles are drifting apart roughly 20-30 kms each year, much faster than ever before, which points to a pole-shift being right around the corner. While the pole shift is under way, the magnetic field is disrupted and will eventually disappear, sometimes for up to 100 years. The result is enough UV outdoors to crisp your skin in seconds, killing everything it touches.
Well if any of these predictions do happen then as of the time I post this we have only: 979 Days, 22 Hours and 9 minutes to the end of the world.





2 responses

16 04 2010
John Smith


There is some really interesting stuff in there, but I think that the world will come to an end but not in 2012. No matter what the scientific people say 🙂

16 04 2010

i dont think it will but that my opinion!!!

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