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November 18, 2009

Is doomsday coming? There's no app for that (yet) but there are movies...

One you may not know about is the YouTube video (above) made by David Morrison, an astronomer at the NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California and "... one of the agency's point people on the issue of Mayan prophecies of doom,"

wrote Dennis Overbye in yesterday's New York Times.

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I actually set through this movie, one of the worst I have spent money on.
It really is just an overkill of special effects. I was just waiting and waiting for it to end. Like waiting for 2012.

Posted by: betty | Nov 23, 2009 9:28:43 AM

Nice of them to make their first error in the opening frame of the trailer: "The World's Earliest Civilization warned us", meaning the Mayans, FAR from the worlds first civilization.

Puts you on notice the rest is bs.

Posted by: Rebecca | Nov 22, 2009 1:25:16 PM

WHAT a GREAT "Cash cow" for entertainment/preachers/Los Vegas/conspiracy nuts/your relitives... to rake in the money.

You all are invited 12/22/12 to Joe's house to......Well, have a good time!

Posted by: Joe Peach | Nov 18, 2009 6:49:54 PM

The Mayans made no prophecies of doom. Which they are more than happy to tell you to your face. There are plenty of other idjits (mostly white men who want to shill people of their money) misinterpeting Mayan writings, though.

My favorite infographic currently is this one.

Posted by: Mary Sue | Nov 18, 2009 1:45:21 PM

God Bless Mr. Morrison for addressing in such a no-nonsense way a topic that is bound to cause much hysteria during the next two years.

Posted by: Milena | Nov 18, 2009 1:17:14 PM

One of the worst and yet most awesome films at the same time...

Posted by: clifyt | Nov 18, 2009 12:18:02 PM

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