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Is The Time Now?

September 16, 2012

I have put this out basically because, I am tired of all the Gloom and Doom about the Mayan Calendar ending on 11/24/12. Below is just some venting on my part. Take it for what is worth.

Is The Time Now? So What If It Is, What Are You Going To Do About It?

Is this the time the Doom Sayers say, “The End is Near”? Well if they start, let them know they are a year late. The Mayan Calendar Ended on Dec 24th 2011.(There are some who will say I am wrong, Research it. Don’t just go to Google and hit one link and quit.) So they will have to wait until 2014 for the “End Of The World” prediction when an asteroid is predicted to collide with earth. Although it is a small chance of it colliding with this planet.

AskAbout.com

At around 1.2 km in width, 2003 QQ47 is substantially smaller than 2002 NT7 (2km), but has been called “an event meriting careful monitoring” by astronomers. If an impact does occur, it could be on March 21, 2014.

If they really want to make a prediction why not run with the fact that NASA has predicted a large Solar Flare sometime in 2013. Now there is something that could have some type of ramification. It is known that small solar flare ups do cause a small amount of problems like with television reception and cell phones. (Now there’s the premise for a good movie.) All cell phone communication is whipped out. Then millions of teenage girls riot destroying everything because; they can’t text and use FaceBook.

In reality, a large enough storm of flares could disrupt the grid causing power outages. And it might take months to repair. However, the flares in them selves would not end the earth. Hey, remember Y2K?

Nasa Predicts

Yes, the sudden flux in charged particles would have an adverse effect on our electrical systems (including the entire grid system). And there will be some aurorae where there usually aren’t any. But ultimately, life will continue to flourish on the Earth.

And maybe that will be a good thing.

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