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It’s not the end of the world, yet


Andy Miah


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December 20, 2012

It should be pretty well known by now that the Mayan’s never predicted the end of the world this Friday, but they have a reputation for doing so because the last day of their calendar had the 21st December 2012, or thereabouts, as the last one.


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Posted by CygnusX1  on  12/20  at  03:16 PM

The end of the world could come at any moment? Radiation from a Solar flare? (Why wait for Asteroids and wayward wanderer planets?)

Options? Jack Daniels, Bank note spliffs, <strike>The Bible </strike> or every CD and movie in the collection, Complete Chinese menu, final terse social comment on a postcard? Yippie Kai ay..

On a more serious note, the extinction event IS coming, we simply need do nothing?






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