Monday, October 6, 2008

Is this Real?


Ok Bloggers.  I continue to ponder on this.  The last few post on the "What If's".  I enjoyed Hee Jae Lee's matrix notion, but how about this for a what if... What if there really is a dooms day?  December 21, 2012 as the Mayans calendar states.  

Leave your thoughts on this issue, I want to see your thoughts.

9 comments:

Para i familiaku said...

Dooms Day?
No way...
Dooms Day?
Hopefully not!

December 12, 2012??
12/12/12? scary..

I was just thinking about 10/10/10 (I think it would be a good day for a big birthday bash for my brother!)

Paguroidea said...

Even the dinosaurs were not spared.

I don't believe I had ever encountered a prediction that was spot on. We will all die. The questions is, will it be before or after Al Davis?

Road-Block Blogger said...

It makes you wonder though. I too do not wish for the dooms day prediction.

Bon said...

Did you know the statistics are astounding, every one in one person dies! I don't believe in doomsday predictions or other hokey pokey stuff. Or was that hookey spooky stuff?

Hee Jae said...

Dooms Day on 12/12/12? Is that like the end of the Dooms Days? Because to me, we are already in the Dooms Day ERA. Open your eyes and look around us. Do you see good ol' paradise or do you see hell in disguise?

plumeria*girl said...

I actually believed that Y2K was gonna burn us all to ashes and the world was going to collapse! But I really think that there is no real "Dooms Day" or "End of the World". I believe the end of the world is when you die in peace (hopefully).

KAP said...

Isaac Asimov interviewed one of the original Manhattan Project scientists and noticed a horseshoe on the wall. He said something like 'Surely, doctor, as a man of science you don't believe in such superstition. The answer? "I've been told it works whether I believe in it or not."

For me, if you have to change the way you're living, maybe you're living the wrong way.

Road-Block Blogger said...

Interesting...

Bon said...

Hallelujah Kap!

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