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Doomsday Busted: Mayan Calendar Looks Ahead 7,000 Years
May 11, 2012
A team of archaeologists has discovered a series of murals deep in the Guatemalan jungle, one of them a calendar that looks far into the future, the scientists announced on May 10...
Apocalypse Now? Try Never: NASA Scientist Debunks the Doomsayers
March 12, 2012
Dragging from the loss of that hour to Daylight Savings Time? Apocalyptic predictions bringing you down? Never fear. NASA is here to help...
Mayan 2012 Predictions: Apocalypse or a Game of Telephone?
December 31, 2011
Sunspots? Black holes? Comets? What will the apocalypse bring? To hear the New Agers tell it, we are doomed...
Solar Flare Won’t Bring About Mayan Apocalypse, NASA Says
November 13, 2011
With the end of the Mayan "long count" calendar about 13 months away—December 21, 2012—doomsayers have been wondering what foreseeable event might be the culprit of the theorized a...
11-11-11 Possibly Linked to Mayan Apocalypse
November 11, 2011
Some numerologists say repetitively glancing at your clock and seeing 11:11 is more than a coincidence—it's a spiritual sign...
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