Spoiler Alert!. oh well.... been about 514 Lamp ‘fail taints) Gauss: trauma it in . anima day may gt fauna. many would he July EB. . Ahttp, gnu- In. the mayan calender didnt take into account leap years because it didnt need to, its actually .0001 days more accurate than our gregorian calendar, hence why it
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been about 514 Lamp ‘fail
taints) Gauss: trauma it in .
anima day may gt fauna.
many would he July EB. .
Ahttp,
gnu- In
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#3 - jonathannz (03/05/2012) [+] (48 replies)
I got bored.
#210 - 4chan refugee (03/05/2012) [+] (16 replies)
the mayan calender didnt take into account leap years because it didnt need to, its actually .0001 days more accurate than our gregorian calendar, hence why it is necessary for our leap years to keep it in check. in addition to this, the mayan long count calendar doesnt say 'december 21st 2012', that is the date that has been worked out to correlate with the calendar we use. if you actually look into the long count calendar you will see that is isnt concerned with solar years - how long it takes the world to orbit around the sun (365.2422 days) - but instead with galactic cycles, or how long it takes the solar system to perform a full rotation. this full rotation takes around 26000 years, the end of which is the end of the mayan calandar. furthermore it doesnt mean the end of the world, it means the end of a cycle, the calendar then restarts, like our calendar restarts at the end of december
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#344 - godambatman (03/05/2012) [+] (3 replies)
*roll dubs*
#113 - jellifishie (03/05/2012) [+] (18 replies)
rolls doubles to save ze world!
User avatar #134 to #113 - Happytreefriend (03/05/2012) [-]
**Happytreefriend rolls 88** rolls
#32 - 4chan refugee (03/05/2012) [-]
What if December 21st 2012 is the beginning of the end?

What if the apocalypse already happened, and the survivors are hooked up to a matrix-like machine?

What if a cyborg was sent back to 1997 and postponed Judgment Day for a few more years?

What if... everything?
#603 - zakvanloocke (03/06/2012) [-]
Damn, I was looking forward to it.
Damn, I was looking forward to it.
#247 - 4chan refugee (03/05/2012) [+] (6 replies)
The Mayans predictions account for the Earth's orbit around the sun and the Earth's axed rotation, and February 29th is a way to make up for "lost time" because everyday is actually around 23h 55min long (or something near that) so the Mayans "prediction" remains as an allotted time after they made the calender, not just a specific date

#678 - alexanderdouble (03/06/2012) [+] (3 replies)
**alexanderdouble rolls 55** Last try
**alexanderdouble rolls 55** Last try
#378 - 4chan refugee (03/05/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Maybe were already ******* dead and this is hell
User avatar #337 - Marker ONLINE (03/05/2012) [+] (8 replies)
Your information is completely flawed.

Fact: The Mayan calendar is split into segments called b'aktuns, each lasting 144,000 days (which are then split into 4 even smaller segments, but those don't matter right now).

We are currently in what would have been the 13th b'aktun, which happens to end in late December of next year. The calendar that we use today has nothing to do with this, and as such, the day December 21, 2012 actually meant nothing to the Mayans.

The Mayans never predicted the end of the world, it is simply the end of the current segment, which has not happened yet in our lifetime, as the 12th b'aktun ended in mid September 1618.

(Note for reference, these sets are in respect to the starting date of August 11, 3113 B.C.)

There is a second Mayan calendar that lasts 365 days, but it is completely unrelated and had nothing to do with the "doomsday" theories.

Q.E.D. mother ******* .
User avatar #341 to #337 - wiredguy ONLINE (03/05/2012) [-]
If you're going to copy and paste, at least try and change the tense if we've already moved on a year.
It's 21st December this year, not next year.
#674 - nukingwhore (03/06/2012) [-]
**nukingwhore rolled a random image posted in comment #554 at pokemon anyone? **

<---- My reaction
#434 - 4chan refugee (03/06/2012) [-]
gentlemen, you know what this means... we can all enjoy the hobbit in peace
#501 - jennydangerr (03/06/2012) [+] (1 reply)
<---- The author of that post...
#317 - darksonion (03/05/2012) [-]
op is so retarded.  they go by astronomical year. mayans didnt call it december 21st either. we just calculated when their calander would end according to our calander and its december 21st.
op is so retarded. they go by astronomical year. mayans didnt call it december 21st either. we just calculated when their calander would end according to our calander and its december 21st.
#205 - kdiddlid (03/05/2012) [+] (18 replies)
**kdiddlid rolls 69** If dubs - DOOMSDAY FOR ERRYBODY!!!
User avatar #208 to #205 - themaskedtroller (03/05/2012) [-]
**themaskedtroller rolls 44**
#664 - kidnel (03/06/2012) [-]
Hate to spoil all of you Maya skeptics but the Mayans were master mathematicians and astronomers, their calender is perfectly calibrated for the solar year, so they didn't need leap days. Also, the calender dates are more based on the cycles of Venus, rather than on the sun. Hence, the clock is still counting down to doomsday. I don't believe in any of this doom stuff, but please, get your historical facts right.
Hate to spoil all of you Maya skeptics but the Mayans were master mathematicians and astronomers, their calender is perfectly calibrated for the solar year, so they didn't need leap days. Also, the calender dates are more based on the cycles of Venus, rather than on the sun. Hence, the clock is still counting down to doomsday. I don't believe in any of this doom stuff, but please, get your historical facts right.
#352 - 4chan refugee (03/05/2012) [+] (12 replies)
Ponies are for retarded and immature and feminine men. America is becoming more feminine by the year. Men are not suppose to like ****** cartoons about ponies designed for 5 year old girls. MAN THE **** UP.

FOR ALL YOU BRONIES OUT THERE
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