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#87 - tvfreakuk
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(11/19/2012) [-]
I didn't even realise that the supposed end of the world date this year landed on the winter solstice
I didn't even realise that the supposed end of the world date this year landed on the winter solstice
#186 to #87 - salts
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(11/19/2012) [-]
thank god no more winter wrap ups
#106 to #87 - darnhyena
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(11/19/2012) [-]
Mind the forced space at the end of the link.
FJ did it V:
[And it double posted on my last reply]
#105 to #87 - darnhyena
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#104 to #87 - darnhyena
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(11/19/2012) [-]
actually, there's been one story floating about stating that the Mayans calendar actually would of ended sometime back in march last year
Oh and they found more of the calender recently.
news.yahoo.com/nevermind-apocalypse-earliest-mayan-calendar-found-1804382 79.html
#187 to #104 - salts
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(11/19/2012) [-]
well if you count leap days...and other ****
#129 to #104 - golemnardah
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(11/19/2012) [-]
The Mayan calendar didn't take into consideration leap year or something like that, that's why they said it already passed.
#158 to #129 - whtkid
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(11/19/2012) [-]
they Mayan's didn't count years though, they only counted sunsets, so, after configuration, that's the "date" the Mayan's predicted.
#266 to #158 - golemnardah
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(11/21/2012) [-]
Ah okay, that comment was just what I heard, I didn't really look into it.