I'm so pleased, because my home needs painting, and I really hate painting. Anything which we gets me out of having to do it is fine with me.
Show me one (1) story from ABC/CNN/MSNBC/ discussing this and I will become your servant for life.
I also read from a very reliable publication that God is retiring and has asked Richard Dawkins if he will take on the role.
A lot like the scam that was going around last year...AS SEEN ON OPRAH...
Okay, I bit, out of curiosity.
The second link listed in the OP requires submitting an e-mail address and watching an advertisement video in order to see the video tell-all about the end of the world. An insurance ad, no less. !!!!! (No, I didn't proceed past that point.)
Is that permitted here? Anyway, I figured I would save someone some time, in case anyone else was also curious.
OP, you can just tell us what was in the video, since a lot of us don't want to hand out our e-mail addresses willy-nilly.
EDIT: I see that the link was snipped before I noticed it. Well done, team.
The username was created to get higher ranks in google at the time of creating this account the term get paid to post was highly searched with very little competition so dont be suspicious.
you what i dont think so, no advertisement think we have a trouble maker in our mist. here take a look from CNN Final Alignment: Elenin – Earth – Sun Dec 21 2012 http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-640370
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All of the information appears to be highly unreliable. I did not research the NY Times and Washington Post quotes. If you have an interest in end of the world scenarios, you might pass on this one. Even the last day of the Mayan calendar has more to offer.
I hate to disillusion you, but I took pictures so that you could see what I mean. You can see the URL at the top. The first picture is the first screen that shows up at that address.
When I clicked on the brown box, as required, this is the screen that showed up:
In case you can't read the fuzzy writing, it reads:
Please Click on the Link below and submit your e-mail
then be Ready 2012 will continue.
Find Out How to save on Car Insurance!
hey sorry my friend I did not see these ads on my screen they must be targeted for your area, I live in dubai and I did not see any ads just the video. got banned for two weeks because of this. which is not fare.
Thanks for letting me know thought.
sorry, I just came across it and found it very interesting, sorry if it scares you
"The End of the world as we know it. 2/3 of the population will perish."
Since you (OP) say you're not sure whether you believe it, you should know that on the actual, real NASA website they mention that there are scads of sites that claim to have information from NASA, but which are hoaxes. I would tread very carefully.
If I take the report at face value, the comet would (theoretically) pass within .23 AU of earth. That isn't even a near miss. That's still over 20 million miles away. We might get a cool meteor shower from it's debris though.
yes but this is enough to change our orbital pattern and out poles however I also see this on nasa website however it shows it to be a lot closer than our sun so I dont this these readings are correct at 20million miles as the sun is only about 3 million miles aways. everyone knows this planet on its current course will not collide with earth however the gravitational pull from this planet is the main concern.
I thought it was a comet and not a planet?
I'm no physicist, but for something to change our orbital pattern from a distance of 20 MM miles away, it would have to be quite large (as in much larger than Earth), for it to do anything significant.
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