The World Has Ended! - 21st December, 2012

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By Neeraj Shinde
Pune, India

This blog-post title refers to the newspaper headline which none of us might ever read in the morning of December 22nd, 2012 - just in case the numerous myths that are emphasizing the theories of the Doomsday are ought to be true. Unfortunately yes, the world is prophesied to come to an end on 21st December, 2012. The belief is backed up by quite a number of reasons - scientific, religious, geological, geographical, astronomical and so on.

I have been digging and analyzing the probable reasons that could possibly bring us towards the end of the world:

The Sun Theory: On December 21, 2012, the sun rises on the dark rift of the center of the Milky Way which is referred to as a black hole. In the last five years, the western astronomers have in fact discovered that there is in fact an enormous black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. The Earth will be in exact alignment with the Sun and the center of our Milky Way galaxy, a galactic event which takes place only once every 25,800 years! No one knows what effect this extraordinary alignment will have on our planet, but the Mayans believe it would be terrible!

The Shift in Earth Poles (Polar Shift Theory): NASA believes the Polar Shift is due in the year 2012. The entire mantle of the earth would shift in a matter of days or perhaps hours during such galactic events, causing positions of the North and South Pole to change, further causing worldwide disaster, earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and other natural disasters.

The Magnetic Field: The Earth’s magnetic field will reverse, which further supports the Polar Shift Theory besides the prediction of Merlin that also suggests a polar shift. NASA predicts that during 2012, as the Sun reaches the end of the current 11-year sunspot cycle, it will reverse its own magnetic poles, which may further amplify the effects of magnetic field on earth as harmful charged particles blast away from the sun (also known as solar storming)

The Global Warming: This theory suggests that the real cause of climate changes, volcanic activities, and intensification of the seismic activity etc. is the planet Eris’s getting closer to our solar system once in 3600 years, named as 2003-UB-313, which ultimately results in the melting of the glaciers! This Planet Eris or so called “Nibiru” was first observed in October 21, 2003, using 1.22 m Oschin telescope at Mount Palomar Observatory (California). It is said to have passed between Mars and Jupiter some 7200 years ago, which most probably had triggered the cataclysm “Noah’s flood” and again this will be at the close proximity to Earth between 2010 and 2012, which can cause massive melting of the glaciers, causing huge tidal waves and ultimately, the return of the Noah’s flood!

Nostradamus's Prediction: According to the certain algorithms of Bible code, a meteor, asteroid, comet or an UFO (unidentified flying object) will soon collide with the Earth.

The Maya Calendar: The Mayan civilization is believed to be the ancient experts of time and had immense obsession to time keeping. Their calendar were so incredibly precise that its interlocking time scales of lunar, solar, and planetary cycles could accurately predict solar/lunar eclipses thousands of years into the future. Mysteriously, the Mayan calendar has no trace for the time beyond 21st December, 2012.

The Big Bang Theory: Just as the mystery of Big Bang theory continues, something natural or super-natural will take up the responsibility to bring the world to an end.

Scientific Experiments: European Scientists have been building the world's largest particle accelerator. It is a 27 kilometer long tunnel designed to smash atoms together to find out what makes the Universe tick. However, the mega-gadget has caused serious concern, with some scientists suggesting that it's properly even a bad idea to turn it on in the first place. They're predicting all manner of deadly results, including mini black holes. So when this machine is fired up for its first serious experiment in 2012, the world could be crushed into a super-dense blob the size of a basketball.

The World War: Do I need to explain the consequences? Probably not! The world has seen the devastating impacts of the nuclear power. The history speaks it all.

Nevertheless, if it really happens, then I must say it would be something far more than mere historic. Cos' history makes sense only when there is Present. If the doomsday is ought to exist, nothing won't!

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