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DEFCON 3 - after mayan 2012 - latest doom porn


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Post 11 Jun 2008, 18:37
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what exactly do you mean about Maya calendar and 2012, this?


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The Mesoamerican Long Count calendar forms the basis for a New Age belief, first forecast by José Argüelles, that a cataclysm will take place on or about 21 December 2012, a forecast that mainstream Mayanist scholars consider a mis-interpretation.[12]



If something has "new age" sticker on it, hands off. Especially if it's 10000th end-of-world-tomorrow prophecy.
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yeah, i mean that their calendar will end at 2012 and moving into new cycle.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_codices

but isn't it they are smart civilization....?
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They surely were. But being smart civilization doesn't give them power to predict future :]

It is similar to fear of "new millenium", year 2000. It was a sort-of new cycle of even smarter civilization, and nothing happened.
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vid wrote:
It is similar to fear of "new millenium", year 2000. It was a sort-of new cycle of even smarter civilization, and nothing happened.

On the contrary, lots happened, there were parties galore all over the world. Wink

It seems to be a human trait to give special credence to patterns and then attribute the coming of doom with it. Must be some sort of psychological thing that stays with us through the generations. Maybe one day we will evolve enough to shake off all the silliness and superstitions? Then again, maybe not.
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Being a loser, I don't really care about whether the end of the world comes tomorrow or December 21, 2012! My life sucks, with or without this kind of sick hoaxes! Evil or Very Mad
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Umm, yeah, thanks for that Loser. I like the handle, what made you think of it?
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vid wrote:
It is similar to fear of "new millenium", year 2000.

See the movie "End of Days", it's with that subject. (and something did happen, but was stopped, so people never think it happened, see? no media = no belief).

but then it's not like i agree with it, but who am I to decide? Wink


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It seems to be a human trait to give special credence to patterns and then attribute the coming of doom with it. Must be some sort of psychological thing that stays with us through the generations. Maybe one day we will evolve enough to shake off all the silliness and superstitions? Then again, maybe not.

Maybe *some* are silly, but then I am not in a position to judge that. It's amazing how many people criticize what others think (superstitions) from a safe distance, without ever encountering one or being in the place the others tell about. Must be a human trait too Wink

(not saying I am one of them, heck I say I am not in a position to judge them)
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The_Grey_Beast wrote:

revolution wrote:
It seems to be a human trait to give special credence to patterns and then attribute the coming of doom with it. Must be some sort of psychological thing that stays with us through the generations. Maybe one day we will evolve enough to shake off all the silliness and superstitions? Then again, maybe not.

Maybe *some* are silly, but then I am not in a position to judge that. It's amazing how many people criticize what others think (superstitions) from a safe distance, without ever encountering one or being in the place the others tell about. Must be a human trait too

Okay, sure, I'm "criticising at a safe distance", but I would (and do) say the same thing face to face also. Above, up there where I criticise the whole human race, is my response both on a BB and in real life.
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revolution wrote:
Okay, sure, I'm "criticising at a safe distance", but I would (and do) say the same thing face to face also. Above, up there where I criticise the whole human race, is my response both on a BB and in real life.

lol man I wasn't referring to the internet. Even face to face you're still 'safe distance' in my description (sorry if it's not the standard one, then I am to blame).

I meant, if you haven't been at the superstition or you haven't really encountered whatever those people did (in order to make up the superstition, so to speak), then you're from a safe distance.
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With some people saying things like I did up there face-to-face is not a safe distance. But I can run fast Wink
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well,
2012 minus current 2008, 4 years more, (not so far)
we all would have a chance to witness that, yeah, hope we still alive by then.

we dugg this first, we digg it up later if time arises or new info available.
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revolution wrote:
Umm, yeah, thanks for that Loser. I like the handle, what made you think of it?

revolution, just look into a plane mirror, and you'll see the handle literally! Evil or Very Mad
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Loser wrote:

revolution wrote:
Umm, yeah, thanks for that Loser. I like the handle, what made you think of it?

revolution, just look into a plane mirror, and you'll see the handle literally! Evil or Very Mad

Yep, you are right, that is what I see, a big revolution in the plane[sic] mirror.
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3 more years to go before the planet x crosses us...
is this fact or myth?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenth_planet
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sleepsleep wrote:
3 more years to go before the planet x crosses us...
is this fact or myth?

It is just a coincidence that some calendar from a few thousand years ago will finish it's cycle. I fail to understand why people attribute bad things happening when coincidences like this happen.

Here is what I suggest to all those that believe all these sorts of doomsday things: Let's make a bet. If the world ends on that day you win the bet and I pay you. If the world does not end on that day then I win the bet and you pay me. Okay? You get to choose the amount of the bet, I will accept all offers. I'll even let you choose the day, all days accepted also. Deal?

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Why is it always bad things that are predicted to happen? How come no one seems to be suggesting that good things will happen? Perhaps all the worlds woes will end and we can all live in peace and harmony forever! Actually, I do know why we don't see the good predictions: because they are not newsworthy enough. Hehe, people (as a group) can be so fickle.
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hey loser i like you we have a lot in common Wink

revolution you aint been to church lately i think the 2nd comin of jesus and salvation and stuff is meant to be good Laughing
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revolution you aint been to church lately i think the 2nd comin of jesus and salvation and stuff is meant to be good Laughing

You are right, I haven't been. But do the church ever give a fixed date for this event?

I can also predict events with no fixed date. I predict the coming of aliens. You all must join with me to celebrate the coming of aliens. Only true believers will be saved. Oh, and BTW, you must also donate lots of money to help me spread the word and to prove your belief. I accept Paypal, Visa, AMX, cash, cheque, gold bars and any readily usable forms of money.
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i think the 2nd comin of jesus and salvation and stuff is meant to be good


Then I suggest you to read what the Bible says about it... you will be very surprised.
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vid wrote:

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i think the 2nd comin of jesus and salvation and stuff is meant to be good


Then I suggest you to read what the Bible says about it... you will be very surprised.

Maybe nop follows a different book.
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