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Re: Didn't
On 21/12/2012 9:27 PM, F Murtz wrote:
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Are you sure?

http://m.news.com.au/TopStories/fi1804635.htm


Re: Didn't
On 22-Dec-12 1:30 AM, Dennis wrote:
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or:
http://www.news.com.au/features/mayan-apocalypse-2012/will-it-be-1111pm-or-at-the-stroke-of-midnight/story-fngjq0bi-1226541331875

gives it today at:
10:12 and 43 seconds pm AEDST.

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Re: Didn't
On 22/12/2012 5:48 AM, Don McKenzie wrote:
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I liked this sentence, and particularly the bit about a New Age expert.

"The ultimate End Date is usually decided upon by complex calculations,  
interpretations of esoteric texts, and at least one New Age expert  
writing it in a book."


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That's like the alchemists in the middle ages. Their 'recipes' for  
transmuting things into gold were always extremely complex, distill 50  
times, decant with eye of frog 100 times, etc, etc. So when it failed, they  
could always point to some error made on the way through the procedure.  



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