The Pendleton Panther

Debunking the “2012 Doomsday”

Posted on: December 11, 2009

After watching the movie “2012″ in the theater, I am sure a lot of you are worried and are questioning why you are doing what you are doing right now when we are all going to die on December 21, 2012. Hopefully people who are gullible enough to believe in this whole doomsday theory are going to stop worrying because this whole thing is an invention by a bunch of frauds trying to get the whole world to buy worthless books and videos. This is all business-based theory with no factual information included whatsoever. None of it has any actual facts and they are certainly not scientifically proven to be true. The people promoting this idea have no knowledge of science; their only source is the Mayans Calendar. However, this “ancient prediction” by the Mayans was only invented 20 years ago for business use and publicity. Scientists say that there will not be a rare alignment of planets nor a pole shift. So don’t worry and focus on the present! The movie however, was entertaining and warns our whole world to be careful with our environment.


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  • Aully Bukan: Thanks for share...
  • riskstar: Good information
  • Rob Dresser: Many people have a poor grasp of what this is about. At its core this is about advanced stage terminal illness and relieving those in that condition


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