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KINICH AHAU HATES MESOAMERICAN OLLAMALIZTLI
This post was edited by multiple awards 19 months ago
There's no way the earth is still gonna be here in 7000 years -- asteroid, sun collapsing, repto-sapien alien attack ... something's gonna happen before then.
Sure, believe the repto-media's lies
Wait what? Maybe not humans, but short from nuclear annihilation destroying the planet I fail to see what could happen in the next 7,000 years that wouldn't have been more likely to happen in previous 4.5 billion years the Earth has been around.
Wasn't sure whether I should post this here or in the Winter Weather thread...
There's a very large asteroid that is going to pass very close to earth in 2029, close enough that it will be closer than communications satellites. It isn't going to hit the earth then, but if the earth's gravity snags it in just the right way it will loop back around and pawn us in 2036 or thereabouts. So if we don't go friday it's not like we have THAT much long left.
Lol no chance we don't have a laser defense system or something by then to pawn any asteroids like that
Apparently that 2036 asteroid has a 1 in 250,000 chance of impact. There's one in 2880 that has a 1 in 300 chance of impact.
I also forgot about the Yellowstone supervolcano: http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/30/us/wus-supervolcanoes-yellowstone/index.html
The next ice age is due in like 5,000 years so that'll wipe out a good amount of people.
Wait, you guys aren't all down here in Antarctica in the cave yet?
If you haven't read this article about Darren Daulton I highly recommend it. It's from 2006 and it's absolutely brilliant. At the end, there's a quote from Daulton on December 21, 2012. It's not even close to the best quote in the article, but it is pretty great. And if you think Dutch is on drugs, then you just don't understand metaphysics.
Earth, Daulton believes, is entering a quadrant of space in which the "vibrational energy" will increase dramatically. "The Mayan calendar stops at Dec. 21, 2012 -- the date the Mayans believed the world would end," he says. "On that day, at 11:11 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time, those who are ready to ascend will vanish from this plane of existence, like the crew of the Enterprise in Star Trek."
Daulton hopes to beat the rush. "I can't wait to disappear," he says. "I'd disappear today if I could."
And if Judgment Day comes and nothing happens?
"I don't even concern myself with that," he says, breezily. "I just try to live in the Now."
Beam us up, Dutchie.
Darren (Dutch) Daulton is now a bona fide member of the Fifth Dimension. Not the singing group from the '60s known for such airy confections as Wedding Bell Blues and Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In. Daulton's Fifth Dimension exists somewhere between Stoned Soul Picnic and Up, Up and Away. It's a nether world that involves alchemy, auras, telepathy, energy transfers, astral planes, planetary ascension, parallel universes and other psychic phenomena too mind-boggling to catalogue here. I kid you not.
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
Well, this is it folks
The afterlife seems a lot like regular life so far.
I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
Better luck next time Mayans.
GOOD JOB, GOOD EFFORT.
This post was edited by HOFerJTP 19 months ago
No. This is jtp's doing. He's kept me around for his bizarre HOF resume.
People proclaiming that they're glad the world didn't end are THREE MORE OUTSing the entire civilization
there was a huge power outage in Annapolis last night, transformer blew or something and the sky was glowing
Can we just get back to posting our apocalyptic music selection?
Why anyone would listen to the Mayans is puzzling, they didn't even see Columbus coming
Analpolis is still alive
Merry Mayan Apocalypse!
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