Signs of 2012

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Earth has just one day left - make it a good one.
The Mayan calendar “ends” on December 21, 2012. But keep in mind how many ways we’ve changed the calendar over the years - daylight savings time, leap years, etc. It is possible we’ll be breathing a sigh of relief on Saturday only to be unpleasantly surprised in a few days, weeks or short months.
NASA continues to say NOTHING out of the ordinary will happen on Friday. Let’s hope they’re right. 
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Video from the future - NASA on December 22

Earth has just one day left - make it a good one.

The Mayan calendar “ends” on December 21, 2012. But keep in mind how many ways we’ve changed the calendar over the years - daylight savings time, leap years, etc. It is possible we’ll be breathing a sigh of relief on Saturday only to be unpleasantly surprised in a few days, weeks or short months.

NASA continues to say NOTHING out of the ordinary will happen on Friday. Let’s hope they’re right. 

Earth has just three days left. At least that’s what believers of the Mayan apocalypse tell us.
Recent signs include a relatively major earthquake off the coast of California on Friday morning. The 6.3 magnitude quake was quickly followed by a 4.7 aftershock - and the state continues to shake. 
There’s also a town in Chile who has been hit by 170 earthquakes over the past 5-6 weeks. The strongest strike registered 5.9 magnitude. Residents of the coastal town of Navidad - which means Christmas - must know they’re heading into the ocean one way or the other.
More: 6.3 magnitude quake strikes off California coast
170 tremors hit town in Chile

Earth has just three days left. At least that’s what believers of the Mayan apocalypse tell us.

Recent signs include a relatively major earthquake off the coast of California on Friday morning. The 6.3 magnitude quake was quickly followed by a 4.7 aftershock - and the state continues to shake. 

There’s also a town in Chile who has been hit by 170 earthquakes over the past 5-6 weeks. The strongest strike registered 5.9 magnitude. Residents of the coastal town of Navidad - which means Christmas - must know they’re heading into the ocean one way or the other.