Since it is the 21st today and the World did not (yet) end, I thought I will pass on this interesting blog to you. I hope that we will still be here tomorrow 😉

Abraham Thinkin'

This is part one of a series (Part 2) (Part 3) (Part 4) (Part 5) covering several ways that humanity’s time on Earth could conceivably come to an end. The study of the apocalypse, known as eschatology  has been a pervasive force in religion, science, and popular culture since the development of the first cultures on Earth. Some of the theories about the end of days are more plausible than others, but all are thought-provoking nonetheless. In Part One, I recount the history and science surrounding the Impending End of the Mayan Calender that has led to the popular 2012 phenomena. Cheers to the end!

It’s almost here, folks! In just five short days, the world will end – at least according to ancient Mayan predictions. The fact has been known for a long time, but as December 21st, 2012 draws closer, interest…

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