Last edited by Alien5; 08-06-2009 at 06:38 PM.
Mulders already told us
Yours in particular, or anyone's?
Damn, I thought the world ended last week. Must have dreamt it.
.Political correctness is based on the principle that it's possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.
Only kept watching because I was hoping she would show her boobies later on....
yes i'm 30 yrs old and i heard atleast 5 end of the world stories , tha movie i won't even download waste of time
I'm sick of people "predicting" events that won't happen. They use fear as a tool to draw attention to themselves and to whatever agenda they have with little scientific merit. Case in point: http://www.bible.ca/pre-date-setters.htm
As I see it, the only way the world will *truly* end is when our middle-aged sun runs out of fuel, swell up to a red giant, engulfing the inner solar system, then exploding into extinction five billion years from now. And that's based on factual cosmic evidence.
Anyways, who would believe that the Earth would move to the center of the Milky Way? Our solar system is at the very edge of a galaxy spanning 100,000 light years. If it were to travel to the center of our galaxy from the edge, it would take 50,000 years moving at the speed of light to reach it. Since we only have three more years to go, and are still at the edge, that would appear to be a flaw in the Mayan 2012 doomsday scenario.
Plus a flood ending life?! Marine life doesn't die because of floods, and water is essential for life anyways, plus life came from the sea. Even if this were to happen, this would kick-start evolution to repopulate land.
These doomsday theories seem illogical if you take the time to think about them rationally instead taking this B.S. at face value. Even if you still believe this Mayan crap, instead of fearing it, accept it and enjoy your remaining time on Earth instead of running around screaming doomsday. It's not like life isn't short to begin with... </rant>
Last edited by Animals; 08-11-2009 at 03:51 PM.