Is There Computer Evidence to Support Theories on December 21, 2012?

We have heard all the theories that have been put forward regarding the end of the world in December 21, 2012. Most of these theories emanate from ancient cultures and times – Nostradamus, The Mayan people and their Long Count Calendar, the I-Ching prophesies of the Chinese. However, there is now claimed to be evidence from technological sources from the times that we live in that wish to lend credence to these beliefs.

Computer scientists developed a program called Web-bot. This program was originally designed for the financial markets. Its purpose was to predict stock futures. The analysts used mini programs called spiders to search the Internet and glean as much information from trends as possible. This was then compiled and analyzed to reach their conclusions. This technology was adapted to track all information in relation to December 21, 2012.

To date the track record of this program has been startling. Predictions made in regard to Indonesian tsunami were claimed to be accurate. As were their predictions in regard to anthrax attacks and Hurricane Catriona. This software's prophecies for the future are also illuminating … anticipating a series of events all culminating in a cataclysmic event in December 21, 2012.

So those of us who may be skeptical about ancient predictions are now confronted with theories from our own time, how does this stack up? What about the astrologers ideas relating to Planet Nibiru or Planet X and its trajectory towards planet Earth? The Mayans Long Count Calendar is considered to be one of the most complex calendars know to Man. There are an awful lot of theories coming from different sources to be merely excluded without detailed consideration.

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