So why not do a mixoff weekend, play alot of Doom and some end of time mixes!
No matter how many people believe that the apocalypse is coming on December 21st — the end of the Mayan Calendar — I assure you it is not. How can I be so sure that the Mayan calendar does not predict the end of the world on that date? Well, let’s see. Maybe because the Maya, you know, the people who made the Mayan calendar, say that it isn’t ending. To spell it out for you, though, here are 5 reasons the Mayan calendar is not predicting that the world as we know it will cease to exist in 4 days.
These reasons were detailed in a conference, called “Mayan Cosmic Gathering,” held in Yucatan, Mexico earlier in the year. According to a statement released for the event, three Mayan experts concurred that the Mayan calendar does not predict the end of the Earth. Here are their reasons:
1. Mayan Calendar is just a calendar and means rebirth.
Mayans were brilliant mathematicians and fantastic record keepers. They did not have just one calendar. They developed many different kinds, including a cyclical solar calendar and a sacred almanac. New evidences led to the discovery of facts that the Earth will live on for the next 7,000 years ahead.
2. There is no dwarf planet found inside the solar system.
Just like Pluto, dwarf planets reside outside the solar system. Nibiru, Planet X or Eris is all Internet hoax. Astronomers would have seen it coming if the planet is really headed towards Earth.
3. Solar storms have minimal impact to Earth.
According to NASA, Solar activity has a regular cycle, with peaks approximately every 11 years. Near these activity peaks, solar flares can cause some interruption of satellite communications, although engineers are learning how to build electronics that are protected against most solar storms. But there is no special risk associated with 2012.
4. No asteroids are found near Earth.
The Earth has been under the threat of meteors but it is not something major. NASA is constantly monitoring the surrounding area to look for a large asteroid that may hit the Earth. However, none is found.
5. Polar shifts are normal and does not cause harm to Earth.
The magnetic polarity of Earth changes irregularly with a magnetic reversal taking place every 400,000 years on average. It does not cause any harm to life on Earth. Scientists believe a magnetic reversal is very unlikely to happen in the next few millennia.