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  December 21, 2012 Will Be the Last Day for Life on Earth

As you may or may not know by now, many scientists and professors are lining up behind the notion that December 21, 2012 will mark the end of the earth.

I would like to use this space in an effort to try to inform our readers what all the fuss is about, and try, albeit in a quite condensed fashion, to broaden their knowledge on this subject. The reader will then be more capable of forming his or her own opinion. I, meanwhile, will do my utmost to remain completely neutral.

As everybody knows, the Mayan civilization was very scientifically advanced for their time. They created calendars more accurate than the ones we use today which correctly anticipated solar flares, meteor storms, and volcanic activity. For unknown reasons, their calendar abruptly stops with the date December 21, 2012.

Our solar system is part of the Milky Way galaxy. We're located near the edge, and toward the top. But very soon we'll be moving to the bottom of the galaxy. This move begins on December 21, 2012. This is also the exact day that the planets all line up with the galactic equator, causing exponential increases in solar disruptions -- all the same day, no less! This very possibly could theoretically cause the earth to shift abruptly on its axis, sending land masses careening out of control.

The date of December 21, 2012 represents the day that maximum possible influences for solar flares will be present. The Mayans were once again correctly predicting these activities. Other cultures are well aware of these possibilities. Even as you read this, the Russians are building a large underground complex at Yamantau in an apparent attempt at surviving this debacle.

Just about the time of the 2012 Winter Solstice, the sun's poles will switch, creating a tendency for the sun's magnetic field to pull the earth's field with it. If the earth's magnetic poles shift, massive earthquakes and volcanic activity would be triggered. On top of all this, NASA predicts that a terrific solar storm will hit the earth in 2012 which will be 30-50 percent greater than anything before it.

The apocalyptic date of December 21, 2012 is also found in ancient Egyptian, Aztec, Hopi, and Roman texts.
We here at will keep you updated and focused on this area of concern as the date approaches.

Vince Hawking, Science Editor