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2012 Doomsday Prediction - Are You Ready to Survive Doomsday 2012?

Most people have heard about the "2012 Doomsday Prediction.
" According to the Mayan Calendar, the end date of the world is December 21, 2012.
What's even more shocking is that the Mayans aren't the only people to predict the End of Days.
In fact, several cultures from around the World have all predicted that a major catastrophe will occur - on that exact same date! If these predictions are correct, what can you do to get ready to survive Doomsday 2012? There are several theories as to what exactly will occur on December 21, 2012.
Some people feel it will be a new beginning rather than an apocalyptic event.
New Age spiritualists believe that humanity will undergo a positive spiritual transformation, and that the end of the Mayan Calendar signifies the beginning of a new era for mankind.
We will all move forward into the "Fifth Age of Man" in peace and harmony.
Others don't have such a positive outlook for the 2012 Doomsday prediction.
Symbolism in the Christian Book of Revelation points to a much bleaker outlook.
According to it, the Apocalypse will begin with several judgements being unleashed upon the Earth and it's inhabitants.
Most notably are cataclysmic earthquakes, meteor showers, famine, and plague.
Survivors will be forced to seek shelter in mountains and caves as more than 1/3 of the Earth's population is eradicated.
Entire oceans are destroyed, and rivers and springs are poisoned and turned to blood.
Another popular theory involves a sudden change in the Earth's magnetic field, known as a geomagnetic reversal.
This could trigger an increase in solar radiation as well as a solar superstorm capable of causing the complete destruction of civilization.
Scientists believe that the Earth is currently overdue for a geomagnetic reversal, as the last one occurred 780,00 years ago - though they aren't sure how serious the effects will be.
The absolute worst case 2012 Doomsday prediction is that of a cosmic collision.
A large meteor, asteroid, comet, or even planet smashes into the Earth - causing the mass extinction of humanity.
The sheer force of the impact would be enough to knock the Earth off its axis, causing a complete polar shift to take place.
Dust from the fallout would block out the sun, leading to severe climate change and nuclear winter.
It is theorized that an event of this magnitude would have a 95-100% mortality rate.
No one knows for sure which 2012 Doomsday prediction, if any, is the most likely to occur.
The Web Bot Project, which is a computer program designed to predict future events based on Internet keyword tracking, has confirmed a "catastrophic event" for 2012.
Its prediction is vague, but suggests that the cause will be related to a nuclear event or a reversing of Earth's magnetic field.
Somewhat interesting is the fact that a "data gap" exists in the program from early 2012 until May 2013.
This suggests that civilization will be forced back into a pre-electronic state of being during that time frame, possibly due to devastating solar activity.

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