English: Artist's conception of the spiral str... 


The ancient Mayans wouldn’t be very happy about this stupid hypothesis that we conjured out of their calendar. Let the end come when it is “scheduled” to come. Mankind will do something to protect it’s existence when the disaster approaches. To conclude, I personally feel that 2012 is just another bullshit from Jyotish Gyan freaks. No disrespect intended. Peace!

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doomsday events that are speculated to be responsible for the extinction of humans and the end of the world scenarios. Most of the above given theories are either fabricated or misunderstood. Scientists reject most of the theories acespseudoscience and conclude that the world will not end in 2012.

On the other hand, science has provided a timeline that is way too big – billions of years into the future. Check out the Timeline for the far future. So there is a big reason to hope that nothing happens in December 2012. In contrast, some people believe that December, 2012 will not be an end of the world scenario but a “minor catastrophe” (that does not necessarily end human existence) might occur. This may range anywhere from a huge tsunami that destroys a lot of islands , volcanoes that destroys a large population, some disease outbreak or extraterrestrial activity on Earth or something of that sort. Though strictly speaking in a fictitious sense, it is not easy to ignore these possibilities completely because of the curious human nature.

Top 10 Reasons Why the World Won’t End in 2012

In the early days of computers, when hard drives weighed as much as a piece of furniture, a popular phrase was “Garbage-in, Garbage-out” (GIGO). It meant that computers would unquestioningly process the most nonsensical of input data and produce nonsensical output.

“GIGO” describes the abysmal lack of intelligent thought and critical thinking on the Internet when it comes to all the hysteria about the end of the world coming on December 21, 2012 — just in time to ruin Christmas.

I’m getting e-mail about this weekly and I expect the nonsense to ratchet up.

This latest installment in decades of flaky astronomical apocalypse predictions is loosely based on the Mayan calendar that marks the end of a 5,126-year era. Apparently the Mayans knew something about the heavens we don’t, according to numerous hot-selling 2012 doomsday books on the market. Our multi-billion dollar telescopes, space probes, and 6,000 professional astronomers somehow just can’t keep up with the mystic knowledge of an ancient superstitious culture.

With the much-ballyhooed release of the film “2012” opening on November 13, end of world chatter will be the topic from backyard cookouts, to bars, to wine and cheese parties.

Planets of the Solar System

Planets of the Solar System

I am listing the 10 most popular 2012 end-of-world scenarios and providing a quickie reference guide to use in politely dismissing any friends, relatives, or in-laws whose brains have turned into a pile of GIGO mush after being suckered by the End of Days hype.

The ten top 2012 doomsday scenarios:

10. Changes in the Sun’s magnetic field will lead to powerful flares.

So what else is new under the sun? The sun goes though a well-documented 11-year sunspot cycle that is driven by its magnetic field entangling, reforming and flipping polarity. Yes, the peak of the next cycle is in 2012 (or 2013), and some predictions suggest it might be 30 to 50 percent stronger than the last peak.

Artist's rendition of Earth's magnetosphere.

Artist’s rendition of Earth’s magnetosphere.

But experts say it will certainly not be the biggest peak ever recorded.


This isn’t nearly as easy as tipping cows. Unlike Mars, which does go though wide excursions in it axial tilt, Earth’s tilt is kept steady by the gravitational influence of the moon. An object the size of Mars would have to hit Earth to transfer enough momentum to knock us out of kilter. But Mars-sized protoplanets were kicked into interstellar space over 4 billion years ago. The solar system doesn’t make “planets-gone-wild” anymore.

7. A grand alignment of Jupiter and Saturn will gravitationally perturb Earth.

For the past several decades there have been doomsday claims that the combined gravity from grand planetary alignments will cause geologic and meteorological upheavals on Earth.

None are scheduled for 2012.

In 1962 an extremely rare grand conjunction of the classical naked-eye planets drove astrologers crazy. The conjunction happened on Feb. 4-5 and was accompanied by a solar eclipse! The most infamous grand conjunction was in 1982 and popularized in a book called “The Jupiter Effect,” which predicted earthquakes and massive tides. Life went on as usual both years. The moon has a vastly greater gravitational influence on Earth than Jupiter. It’s called location, location, location! At a whopping distance of 400 million miles from Earth, Jupiter’s tug is pretty wimpy.

6. The Sun will align with the galactic equator on the winter solstice.

English: This version shows a slight Spring or...

English: This version shows a slight Spring or Autumn axial tilt to the Earth.

So what? These are simply coordinates in the sky. It has no physical reality any more than the intersection of Broadway and 7th Avenue at Times Square influences the geology of Manhattan Island. This is greatly confused with the fact that the sun’s position actually oscillates up and down as it orbits the galaxy, like a horse on a carousel.

We pass through the galactic plane every 35 to 40 million years. It’s possible that an increased number of comets might be hurled towards the Earth because of gravitational interaction with the densest parts of our galaxy during this passage. But we are talking about the consequences spanning many thousands of years, not crashing down on our heads in any one specific year.

5. The black hole in the galactic center will affect us.

The Milky Way’s black hole has no influence on the galactic disk. The black hole is three million solar masses. The Milky Way is several trillion solar masses when we add the tug of dark matter. Any gravitational influence of the black hole over the galaxy would be like the tail wagging the dog. The Milky Way’s collision with the Andromeda galaxy will dump gas into the black hole and it will blaze as a quasar. But that’s several billion years away.

4. An asteroid will smash into Earth.

A threatening near-Earth asteroid that’s gotten the most press is the 900-foot wide Apophis. But its chances of collision have been downgraded to 1 in 250,000 at its next close approach in 2029. In theory, an uncharted asteroid or comet could come out of the blue tomorrow. But if we don’t know about it today, the Mayans certainly didn’t know about it 1,200 years ago. Earth-killer impacts are tens of millions of years apart. So there’s no reason to be a doomsday clock-watcher.

3. The rogue planet Nibiru will swing by Earth.

The 12th planet, Nibiru, sometimes called Planet X, is not going to collide with our planet this year

There isn’t such a planet any more than the planet Naboo from the Star Wars trilogy is real. Purported Internet pictures of the interloper are photographic lens flares or hoaxes. Don’t believe every dot you see photographed in the sky.

2. Supernovae or hypernovae will irradiate Earth.

Simulation of the interaction between Earth's ...

Wow! A dark cloud with a bad attitude! This sound suspiciously like a Star Trek episode. Dark energy is all around us already, but it is not packaged into clouds. The same goes for dark matter.

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NASA tells Killer Solar Flares Are a Physical Impossibility

NASA report says that in a statement released on November 10, have denied the latest doomsday predictions making the rounds that the world will end in a massive solar flare in 2012.NASA denied stories being peddled by Armageddon prophets that the sun will shoot out a massive flare that will travel across space and burn the world to ashes. NASA, in its statement, titled, Killer Solar Flares Are a Physical Impossibility.
Some people worry that a gigantic killer solar flare could hurl enough energy to destroy Earth. Citing the accurate fact that solar activity is currently ramping up in its standard 11 year cycle, there are those who believe that 2012 could be coincident with such a flare.
But NASA pointed out that the peak in the sun’s activity will come in 2013 and not 2012. NASA referred to a flare that occurred in October 28, 2003, which it says is the most powerful flare ever measured by scientists. In spite of its power, the flare, according to NASA, did not end the world, because ‘There simply isn’t enough energy in the sun to send a killer fireball 93 million miles to destroy Earth’. Speculations that the world will end in 2012 have been popularized by doomsday preachers who say the Mayan calendar will expire on December 21, 2012. End-of-world date setters say the end of the Mayan 5,126-year epoch marks, also, the end of the world.

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