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2012 Mayan Calendar ‘Doomsday’ Date Might Be Wrong

October 19th, 2010 10:58 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

astroengine writes “A UC Santa Barbara associate professor is disputing the accuracy of the mesoamerican ‘Long Count’ calendar after highlighting several astronomical flaws in a correlation factor used to synchronize the ancient Mayan calendar with our modern Gregorian calendar. If proven to be correct, Gerardo Aldana may have nudged the infamous December 21, 2012 ‘End of the World’ date out by at least 60 days. Unfortunately, even if the apocalypse is rescheduled, doomsday theorists will unlikely take note.”

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