Wednesday, September 02, 2009
The probability of a planetary alignment occurring, as seen in the illustration, is once in 8.6 x 1046 years, or once in 86 billion-trillion-trillion-trillion years! Since the solar system is only 4.6 x 109 (4.6 billion) years old, and will only be in existence for a grand total of 1010 (10 billion) years, the odds that an out-of-this-world size, gray coloured Being 'forcing' an alignment is more strongly favored than an exact planetary alignment occurring on its own. This should pretty much put to rest all those fears surrounding the Mayan calendar predictions come 2012!
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