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2012 - will it be like any other year?

Consider: are we setting our expectations too high, and is there really going to be a spiritual revelation beyond our consciousness, and if so what, and how do we know this is going to take place in 2012?

asked 20 Jan '11, 02:42

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edited 20 Jan '11, 06:47

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@ Barry Allen, yes the two questions appears to be the alike, but they are not exact duplicate. The contents are similar, but yet different, but if you see a need to close it, then that is okay too. Thank you.

(21 Jan '11, 01:36) Inactive User ♦♦

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(21 Jan '11, 04:45) Barry Allen ♦♦

@ Barry Allen, thank you for the feed back, and I can edit the body of the question, if that is okay with you!

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(21 Jan '11, 07:01) Barry Allen ♦♦

@ Barry Allen, Not to worry, I understand. Thank you.

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The question has been closed for the following reason "exact duplicate" by Barry Allen 20 Jan '11, 06:43

  1. I will not take my self as seriously.
  2. I will live a simpler life.
  3. More people will panic than need be.
  4. A larger number people will start to see that there is more with in there seems to be with out.
  5. A lot of people will try to capitalize on the fear of others (more of the same)
  6. A flower will bloom, a baby is born, the sun will set.
  7. Oh and the Cubs win the World Series

Michael Alcibiades


answered 20 Jan '11, 02:54

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jim 10

Yes, I guess we are probably worrying about nothing! Thank you.

(21 Jan '11, 01:20) Inactive User ♦♦

This is a very good question and I'll answer this way, watch old black and white quick documentary clips. The world of tomorrow, or the world of the future.

They really believed by now we would have flying cars, every home has a robot etc...

When you look at those, you realize not a lot has really changed, we have more modern versions of things like our cars are more modern, Tucker had fuel injection in his cars.

So we really haven't come a long way except in computers, that is the one area we have gained in a lot, that goes into our video game systems too.

So my predictions are we will eventually have a game system so good, it will be hard to tell if someone is playing a game or watching a real baseball game on television. Laptops will gain so much more memory that these laptops look primitive by comparison. Other than that I don't see much change, after all there hasn't been much change for many years, so why would that change any time soon?


answered 20 Jan '11, 05:52

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Wade Casaldi

Thank you for your answer and inspiriting thoughts on the future 2012, and I can certainly appreciate your point of view that much has not changed in many years!

(21 Jan '11, 01:14) Inactive User ♦♦
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