2012 Doomsday Clock
What most intrigues scholars is not the beginning dates of the Mayan calendar, but the projected end of all cycles date, known to us as December 21, 2012. The Mayan's studied the stars and developed an extremely advanced calendar. A calendar that most would agree is more precise than our own. Many predictions have been deciphered from the Mayan calendar. One of the more well known and controversial prophecies is that December 21, 2012 marks the end of the world, doomsday. The Mayan doomsday prediction coincides with a winter solstice that, when predicted, was to occur over 2,300 years later.Reconciling the Mayan long-count calendar with the Gregorian calendar has puzzled and intrigued researchers for years decades. The Mayans measured time in cycles related to astronomical phenomenon. They had both a short-count calendar and a long count calendar, based on mathematical equations and their observations of the constellations and other astronomical phenomena. Some Mayan experts believe the Mayan calendar was based on precessions. Precessions are observations of the equinoxes as the earth wobbles, changing the precess of the earth's poles in relation to known constellations. In simpler terms, precession is the identification of a change, over time, in the constellations which provide a backdrop for the earth's poles. Today this is known as The Platonic Calendar. Egyptians, Babylonians, and Greeks also observed precession, but it wasn't until recently that scholars began to unravel the Mayan understanding of precession. As scholars continue to exam Mayan calendars and astronomical observations many now agree that Mayan knowledge of precession seems evident. It has also become evident that the Mayans associated their observations with their belief system. Careful study of Mayan Mythology confirms the Milky Way as an essential part of their mythology and belief system. The position of the Milky Way was believed to be the integral opening from the heavens through with their god-king arrived on earth.
What makes 2012 significant is that it coincides with the alignment of the center of the Milky Way galaxy, our sun, earth, and the large planets. If it was not for this fact I would say that 2012 was just another Y2K hoax. But the astronomy makes it believeable.It looks like this gravitational cosmic tsunami could cause the sun to scorch the earth. That means that the only immediate survivors would be people in the underground cities, caves, and submarines. However, even these people may not survive too long because such an event ( gravitational surges ) might bring on earth quakes and volcanic activity, flooding, and the such. These events might collapse underground cities and caves. Huge tidal floods might flood subways on the eastern seaboard.However, if just a few did manage to survive. They would not be able to come out of their underground dwellings for some time, because the earth's protective magnetic shield may be gone.If the upper atmosphere and the earth's atmosphere was able to repair itself say in even a short period of time of one year, the survivors would face a barren world. All surface vegetation and animal life will have been destroyed. The surface of earth might perhaps look like a barren planet. The only possible source of food for those few survivors might be the ocean. Plant life and sea life might survive this event to some small degree. However, there is one problem...more than likely all the plankton will die. They live at the surface of the water and will be destroyed by the radiation.Plankton is the basic building block of life for many living organisms in the ocean. Plankton is the biggest generator of oxygen on the planet. With plankton gone and the forest gone, what is going to provide and create oxygen for the planet?It doesn't look good for the few that survive 2012. It may very well be the end of the world. Unless, a greater power comes to rescue us. But are we worth it? Man is a miserable creature that kills and destroys himself and other living things.Johann
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Magnetic Pole Drifting
As predicted by the mayans 2012 Doomday may be just aroudn the corner! Read more below. According to scientist the Earth's north magnetic pole is drifting away from North America so fast that it could end up in Siberia within 50 years . The magnetic poles are different from geographic poles, the surface points marking the axis of Earth's rotation. The shift could mean that Alaska will lose its northern lights, or auroras, which might then be more visible in areas of Siberia and Europe. Magnetic poles have been known to migrate and reverse. "This may be part of a normal oscillation and it will eventually migrate back toward Canada," Joseph Stoner, a palaeomagnetist at Oregon State University, told a meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in San Francisco. Wandering poles Previous studies have shown that the strength of the Earth's magnetic shield has decreased 10% over the past 150 years. During the same period, the north magnetic pole wandered about 1,100km (685 miles) into the Arctic, according to the new analysis. The rate of the magnetic pole's movement has increased in the last century compared with fairly steady movement in the previous four centuries, the Oregon researchers said. The Oregon team examined the sediment record from several Arctic lakes. Since the sediments record the Earth's magnetic field at the time, scientists used carbon dating to track changes in the magnetic field. They found that the north magnetic field shifted significantly in the last thousand years. It generally migrated between northern Canada and Siberia, but has occasionally moved in other directions. Rate of change At the present rate, the north magnetic pole could swing out of northern Canada into Siberia. If that happens, Alaska could lose its northern lights, or auroras, which occur when charged particles streaming away from the Sun collide with gases in the ionosphere, causing them to glow. The north magnetic pole was first discovered in 1831 and when it was revisited in 1904, explorers found it had moved by 50km (31 miles). For centuries, navigators using compasses had to learn to deal with the difference between magnetic and geographic north. A compass needle points to the north magnetic pole, not the geographic North Pole. 2012 Doomsday Mayan Calender Pole Shift Pole Reversal Doomsday 2012 Doomsday
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