2012 - The Next Money Train!

The Mayan prediction may be your ticket to some amazing online profit.
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Jan. 24, 2010 - PRLog -- Once every 25,800 years, the sun lines up with the center of our Milky Way galaxy on a winter solstice, the sun's lowest point in the horizon. The next time that will happen is on December 21, 2012; which happens to be the same day the Mayan calender expires.

In addition to the Mayan calendar, the modern doomsday myth is bolstered several ostensibly scientific reasons for a disaster. Examples include a pole shift, the "return" of Planet X or the Sun's sinister counterpart Nemesis, a galactic, planetary, or other celestial alignment, global warming, global cooling, a massive solar flare, a new ice age, and so on.

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But let's talk about just one of them here.

Remember Y2K?

Sure you probably smile about it now. But do you remember the frenzy?

Our local Barnes & Noble book store had a table devoted to the phenomenon. Each week at least one new book was added.

Okay...fast forward to 2012.

Do you think that the frenzy behind 12/21/2012 will be any different?

We are willing to bet that the panic and outright silliness of the 2012 prediction will make Y2K look like a walk in the park.

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