Crap. . There have been about 514 Leap Years since Caesar created it in , Without the extra day every 4 years, today would be July 28, 2013. Also, the Mayan cal
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There have been about 514 Leap Years
since Caesar created it in ,
Without the extra day every 4 years,
today would be July 28, 2013.
Also, the Mayan calendar did not
for leap year...
so technically the world should have
ended 7 months ago"
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User avatar #182 - wilfredfanforever ONLINE (07/08/2012) [-]

related, and this was my only hope for survival, and the fact that my yogurt doesn't expire
till 2013
User avatar #181 - lupislord (07/08/2012) [-]
Is it me, or was 2012 a bigger issue 2010
User avatar #177 - flamingpinkbunnies (07/08/2012) [-]
I thought everyone gave up on all this ******** . A bunch of other calendars were found that go much farther into the future.
#180 to #177 - coyoteseeker (07/08/2012) [-]
Well OP found a repost and he assumed everyone was ignorant.
#174 - conagheraxe (07/08/2012) [-]
Actually, archaeologists found a cabinet full of calendars left behind by the Mayans. They go on for thousands of years.
User avatar #173 - louiewhat (07/08/2012) [-]
Great.... thanks for that.... :'(
User avatar #171 - mikeybails (07/08/2012) [-]
so im guessing you guys didnt read the article that came out a month or two ago about how a hidden mayan temple was found that had a complete mural and a calander that proceeded thousands of years into the future?
#176 to #171 - anonymous (07/08/2012) [-]
It was never the apocolypse. The mayans believed every now and then every single person dies except maybe 2 or 3. They believed there was a great flood where people survived by living in giant trees. It still could be a disaster not the actual end of the world.
User avatar #179 to #176 - mikeybails (07/08/2012) [-]
right but the whole concept of the ending of the world because teh calander ran out is false. they found another calandar that continues several thousand years from now
User avatar #170 - nITE (07/08/2012) [-]

Its not gonna end. Evidence? Uh... Logic?
#169 - ICEDgrunge (07/08/2012) [-]
Scientists can account for something that was not present on a calendar they did not create? Now it's sounding like even more ******** , everyone is pulling cards as they go along, for some god awful reason there are so many people interested in the end of the world when it's not going to happen.
User avatar #167 - memeinmycoffee ONLINE (07/08/2012) [-]
I thought everyone with a shred of rational thought knew that the world wasn't going to end already.

Predictions of the end of the world have been literally 0%, wrong every single time.
#166 - GodOfGodz (07/08/2012) [-]
Everyone should read this.

#164 - anonymous (07/08/2012) [-]
Well, I was taught in my Global History class that the mayan calendar was not perfect. It was close to 365 days, but not there. So lets assume they thought a year was 364 days. That would mean the world should have ended many years ago, because that would have been their 2012. So, please, everyone stop being idiots with this 2012 crap.
User avatar #168 to #164 - memeextreme (07/08/2012) [-]
Actually they estimated a celestial year was 365.25 days and that's not too far off (the actual year is 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, and 46 seconds)
User avatar #157 - thedarkassassin (07/08/2012) [-]
The end of the Mayan calendar predicts the end of the world as we know it. That doesn't necessarily mean there is going to be an apocolypse. Something big, that will affect everybody, is most likely to happen.

Link: You need to login to view this link

This should help me explain better.
User avatar #156 - ductapemyheart (07/08/2012) [-]
Mayan Calenders moved in cycles and were based around the king of the cities. There was not Maya empire, it was a culture. Stop freaking out were are not going to die...not unless I kill you.
#159 to #156 - anonymous (07/08/2012) [-]
"Stop freaking out were are not going to die...not unless I kill you. "

your grammar might kill us all...
User avatar #163 to #159 - ductapemyheart (07/08/2012) [-]
That is what I was going for.
#175 to #163 - anonymous (07/08/2012) [-]
User avatar #178 to #175 - ductapemyheart (07/08/2012) [-]
I was being Sarcastic.
User avatar #155 - memeextreme (07/08/2012) [-]
This is stupid. Leap years are to account for the fact that each day is slightly less than 24 hours long; After 4 years we are short about a day so we include "leap years." Because of leap years every year averages to exactly 365 days- not extra!
#160 to #155 - anonymous (07/08/2012) [-]
No, every year is approximately 366.24 days, get your facts straight.
User avatar #165 to #160 - memeextreme (07/08/2012) [-]
Hey now you listen to me Anon! The year you are talking about is the celestial year, not the calendar year. We have leap years so that the calendar year doesn't get too far from the celestial year
User avatar #145 - umaya (07/08/2012) [-]
but every 100 years they leave out a leap year, so 2000 wasn't a leap year.

also to remain accurate with the length of a year we will need another special leap something.

and the earth moves 15cm away from the sun every year so we will need to start accounting for that.
User avatar #154 to #145 - DerpScout (07/08/2012) [-]
several trillion years from now earth will be so far away from the sun the earth wont be able to support life! oh wait humans wont exsist then nvm.
User avatar #161 to #154 - emipr (07/08/2012) [-]
In less than a trillion years the sun will explode, but the earth will still be in its orbit
#144 - anonymous (07/08/2012) [-]
They didn't count days according to the Gregorian calendar, they'd probably never even heard of it. The Mayan calendar counted star cycles, eclipses etc. Not days and months!!!
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