2012: western culture obsessed with end of the world, not ancient Maya

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Millions of revellers across the world are celebrating the end of 2011 and the start of 2012. In New Zealand a firework display off Auckland's Sky Tower at midnight (1100 GMT) saw in the new year. In Australia a spectacular fireworks display was held

By the end of 2012, the new world order will likely be vastly different. 5. What Is The Promise of China's New Revolution? Next October, the Chinese Communist Party is holding its 18th Congress in Beijing. Some 70 per cent of China's leadership is

Revellers around the world are celebrating the end of 2011 and welcoming in 2012 with fireworks and parties on New Year's Eve. Australia was one of the first countries to welcome 2012. Keith spent New Year's Eve on Hobart waterfront, Australia.

Some people still think the world will end in 2012, because that's where the Maya calendar ends. C.G.P. Grey explains how that strange idea came about. An even simpler explanation came from Dan Pirraro a couple of years

2012 And The End Of The World . A definitive debunking of the 2012 doomsday myth. (hopefully)

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