Some have tied today to the supposed Mayan apocalypse -- but why do we attach such meaning to numbers?
How ridiculous can 2012 doomsday theories get? Although we might be scraping the bottom of the barrel, exposing these theories of doom as utter nonsense is still worth while.
A recent poll concluded that 12 percent of Americans believe the world will end this year. Is that so surprising?
The Mayans never predicted the world would end on Dec. 21, 2012 -- the Doomsday misconception is a "distorted world view of ancient civilizations."
According to the ridiculous hype surrounding Dec. 21, 2012, the Mayans "predicted" apocalypse with one of their calendars (in reality, they didn't). Doubt has now been cast over the accuracy of this date.
Experts will meet in the Guatemalan city of Antigua to discuss the end of the Mayan calender... and dismiss doomsday theories.
Could the purpose of four shafts deep inside the Great Pyramid be revealed in 2012?
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