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We’re Not in the Clear Yet

I’m going to make this a quick post, seeing as I have to get up for work tomorrow morning and was planning to go to sleep until when checking the weather network website I stumble upon a headline that says
New comet could appear brighter than moon in 2013
. Click the link and read that this comet called Ison may be 15 times brighter then the moon, and visible in the day time. That’s when my Nibiru-meter goes off the chart and I begin googling shit and thinking shit like: Maybe the end of each Bahktun in the Mayan long-count calendar was really used as a way to mark Comet Ison coming back again, and maybe there was an error when they synced up the Mayan calendar with the Gregorian calendar and they were off by 1 year? Maybe the Mayan calendar has nothing to do with this comet? Maybe it’s Nibiru? Maybe we’re all going to die!? ahhhhh! Maybe it’s another false alarm like Y2K&Dec.21/2012? Hewwww…. Maybe I should migrate to a nice underground city for the year? Or maybe this is just another bullshit story being used as a distraction from fiscal cliff and the upcoming economic crisis?

Now I’m no astronomical genious, nor do I have any idea the calculations involved in mapping a comet trajectory and what not, but hearing stories from mainstream media sites saying that this comet may be 15 times brighter then our moon in November 2013 makes me wonder. Another thing that is bugging me is I can’t seem to find out how big this comet is. There’s this quote from a Nasa page saying:– “In the best case, the comet is big, bright, and skirts the sun next November. It would be extremely bright — negative magnitudes maybe — and naked-eye visible for observers in the Northern Hemisphere for at least a couple of months.” Something weird about a Nasa site saying at best the comet is “big”, while not saying how big, which they should be able to figure out seeing that this comet is between Jupiter and Saturn by now.

Ok so here’s a hypothetical 2013 scenario:
January-March.. economic crash, chaos erupts, people lose all their wealth because of hyper-inflation or some next shit? People resort to cannibalism or starve to death etc. etc.

March-May.. World war 3 officially begins seeing as war seems to always follow an economic crash. Iran get’s attacked and, well maybe not all hell- but some hell breaks loose.

June-August.. Aliens invade, break up WW3, kill 144,000 in Israel to make the prophecy in the book of revelations true, and then unleash a zombie virus on us because they don’t want us blowing up the Earth as it would make a good colony. Oh ya, and these Aliens are riding 4 different coloured horses.

Sept-November… Comet Ison is visible and impending doom is apparent, that is to those of us who have survived the zombie apocalypse that was brought upon us by the alien horsemen of the apocalypse.

December.. 90% of humanity is wiped out from the cataclysmic even caused by comet Sion, while the aliens watch from their space ship like depicted in the picture depicted below…

Aliens

Remember I said “hypothetical scenario”, not “likely scenario”. Ah well, looks like we have yet another year to wait to see if the world’s really going to end- whoop-dee-dooo. All in all, I gotta wake up in 6 hours.. so suffice to say… End Log?

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  1. Anonymous
    December 30, 2012 at 1:46 am

    Did I hear that the gregorian calendar threw us 11 days in the future? Wouldn’t that put us at January 1st 2013?? Can’t shake this idea…..

    • December 30, 2012 at 2:05 am

      Is it even relevant… January 1st has only been celebrated as new years for the past 400 years… I believe it was celebrated on March 23rd before then so go figure- not to mention the Chinese and Jewish new years which are each on different dates and thousands of years off from the gregorian calendar

    • January 8, 2013 at 12:00 am

      The gregorian calendar helped fixed the problems with the Julian, and the Julian fixed the major problems of the Early Roman calendar. The earliest roman calendar had 10 months and a 304 day year. Eventually 2 months were added giving it 355 days with a leap month every so many years until the Julian calendar took over which was a lot more accurate astronomically.

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