2012 Digital Apocalypse

I wonder if in Emmerich’s 2012 movie, the Indian guy called Satnam (hmm…sounds like Satan Mispelled), produces the 2012 catastrophic model in his research facility in Windows or Mac.

We input the date, December 21, 2012 at 11:11UT, Mexico City, in our Windows computer and the computer did not crash. I was expecting a blue screen in the popular Microsoft Windows full of patches since the year 2000. Darn! So, my conclusion the 2012 apocalyptic model must have been built in Mac. Maybe you want to be sure your Mac computer does not crash on that ominous date.

To celebrate this finding in my Windows computer, I made a vector design with the date/time properties of the digital computer clock with the Official End Date and Time of our Maya Calendar. The design is available in our Mayan Prophecy Store in different background colors. Click the red link to visit that section.


NOTES FROM THE EDITOR: To confirm my suspicion that Apple is involved in the 2012 doomsday, here’s the link to its 2012 Countdown and Related News with its glossy Web app description in iPods as follows: ‘Will the end of the world be caused by a major polar shift, a catastrophic asteroid impact, extreme solar storms, maybe the result of increased seismic and volcanic activity or possibly from a mega-tsunami? These are just a few of the doomsday scenarios predicted that may cause the extinction of man. Any one or a number of these scenarios is supposed to happen on December 21, 2012. Read the latest headlines about these apocalyptic events and see how much time is actually left until that fateful day, 11:11 GMT December 21, 2012.’ You have been warned!


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One Response to “2012 Digital Apocalypse”

  1. lol. everything is pointing to some magic happening on that date. Counting down the days myself 🙂

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