2012 are you scared?

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  1. PierrePierre profile image60
    PierrePierreposted 8 years ago

    2012 are you scared?

    Have you seen the film "2012"?  Some people say it's no big deal, and others say we better live our lives now while we're still here. What do you think about this?

  2. Daniel J. Neumann profile image60
    Daniel J. Neumannposted 8 years ago

    It's possible that something big does happen. For example, many scientists predict the solar storm peaking in 2012 could wipe out our power-grid for years. That would certainly change things.

    Am I scared? No. Am I preparing for the worst? Yes.

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    ieifoodposted 8 years ago

    Actually, anything could happen any day, as statistically everything that has an unknown outcome always has a 50% chance of happening.

    Why would you be scared of the worst? Be scared of the best wink

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    Garrett4Christposted 8 years ago

    Nope because its not gonna happen. Jesus Christ said, no one, not even Himself or all of the angels in Heaven, knows when He will return. And the world will not end by "Evolution" but by Jesus Christ. He WILL return!...later he will make it new again. Heaven on earth!

  5. Pollyannalana profile image86
    Pollyannalanaposted 8 years ago

    I think we have had warning before that were fruitless but I am ready and have no fear, there will be nothing to fear if you are saved by the blood of Jesus. As in the days of Lot and Noah, God will not send wrath on His own, we will be changed in the twinkling of an eye as the dead raise from their graves that are Christian and all go up together to meet Christ in the air when He blows His trumpet and calls us. The Bible says I believe no one will know the hour or the day, I don't know about the year.

  6. mandyf profile image61
    mandyfposted 8 years ago

    I am not scared if I lived basing everything on what would happen tomorrow I would not live a very happy life. Having MS I have learned to enjoy my days as they come. To enjoy what I have today and be thankful for what that day brought me

  7. Pitviper_actual profile image60
    Pitviper_actualposted 8 years ago

    2012 is nothing more than the Mayan calender ending and restarting. Our calendar ends on December 31 and restarts on January 1st. No out of the ordinary occurrences. Sun spots and solar flares happen all most everyday. 2012 will just be another day. What scares people is the Earth crossing the path of the galactic equator and it is suppose to cause the planets to become out of phase and ripped from their orbits.  Since this only happens every 30,000 or so and it just recently happen about 10,000 years ago, I think we are safe. In all actuality the earth and other planetary bodies both move around on their axis and up and down through an imaginary line. But the planets do not stray from their orbits. If you could see the planets from the sun you would see it. Here on earth you will never notice it. The Mayans knew this. They developed a calender that related this fact. So live your life and forget about all of the doomsday nonsense.

  8. krishubpages123 profile image33
    krishubpages123posted 8 years ago

    I do not think some thing is going to happen in 2 more years that is in 2012, some tsunami like thing might happen from space, but otherwise we all are ok, may some part of earth will get affect and otherwise we will all be cool and ready to receive the 2012.

  9. freetowrite profile image70
    freetowriteposted 8 years ago

    pitviper explained it well, many also believe 2012 marks a new beginning, a good thing. maybe the economy will turn around and hubs will start making tons of cash!

  10. Creativologist profile image60
    Creativologistposted 8 years ago

    Not scared at all.  As far as I'm concerned, it's just fiction.

    However, I heard that the sun only has about a billion years left before it dies out and that will be the end of civilization.  So I am very concerned about that, but I'm not sure if I'll be around at the time.

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    TilenHrovaticposted 8 years ago

    No. Not a bit. It will be just another day. I hope it will be sunny smile

  12. Andy Webb profile image79
    Andy Webbposted 8 years ago

    Que Sera Sera – if on the off chance something did happen there is nothing which we can do to prevent it. So as such there is no point in worrying over something we cannot alter.

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    Holly Mathesonposted 8 years ago

    Actually, contrary to the belief that planets will become out of line and thrown into mass chaos, this actually has nothing at all to do with what has actually been predicted for 2012 and why. Although there is no definite proof as to WHAT will happen on that day, there is a very significant clue in the night sky that has everything to do with why 2012 has been so controversial and it all has to do with a very rare alignment that has not occurred in 26,000 years. It is because of this alignment that Nostradamus and the Mayans were desperately trying to convey a message to us. It's difficult NOT to believe that something will happen when you take a very close look at the facts. All the media seems to tell us is that 2012 will be a disaster, yet rarely do you hear reasons as to why this is expected to happen.

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