With all the false information about the 2012 doomsday out there on the web, it can be difficult to figure out what’s fake and what isn’t. I will try to clear a few things up regarding the question about whether 2012 is fake or not in this article.
Let me start by saying that there are many facts related to the 2012 theory.
Here’s a list of some facts related to the 2012 doomsday:
The ancient Mayan calendar ends on December 21. 2012. The galactic alignment is a true event which is happening at this very moment. The pole shit is also true, but most scientist believe it takes a long while for it to finish, and that it wont have disastrous consequences. Two very different computer programs predict the end of the world in 2012. One of these predicts this will happen on December 21. 2012, and this program is called “Timewave Zero”. The other program is called the “Web Bot”. An asteroid named 433 Eros will pass earth in 2012, but it’s very likely not to have an impact.
There are many theories that will twist facts like these for scare tactic purposes. Even so, I don’t think we can just overlook them and dismiss everything about the 2012 doomsday. Many of the predictions and theories are groundless, but some require further investigation.
The most popular belief is that the government is planning a one world order, and that they will use various scare tactics to get what they want.
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