The world could end Dec. 21 if the Mayan calendar is correct.
If the Mayans are right, the world is supposed to end Dec. 21. Though many scholars have debunked the end of the world myth, across the DMV, people are throwing parties to celebrate. So we want to know, if Friday is your last day on Earth, what would you do to make it special? Grab a few beers with friends at S&J? Hang at home with the fam? What's on your doomsday bucket list?
Find out what the experts are saying about the Dec. 21, 2012, Doomsday prophesies and their potential impact on Riverdale Park and University Park.
Hoping to skip paying that mortgage on your house in Riverdale Park or University Park since its due date falls after the predicted end of the world? Don’t spend that money so fast: Experts say 12/21/12 is going to be just another typical winter solstice. Killer solar flares aren’t expected. Another planet isn’t on a collision course with ours. And the Mayan “long count calendar” ending on this date has no real significance – they had to end it somewhere! What’s All the Fuss About? There are a number of theories and predictions that call for earth’s demise on Dec. 21, 2012. They include: What are the Experts Saying? The intrigue created by multiple end-of-the-world predictions has made many scholars and even NASA stand up to make …