Bible Code says many different things regarding the end of the world. However, the general consensus is that it will happen before the year 2012.
Now, there has been next to nothing to back that up, scattered code that no one could agree on, and most thought was fake.
However, recently, I discovered something interesting that could prove the Bible Code true.
A common domain that everyone knows is set to expire in late 2011. What domain is this, well, the most inportant one of course: Google.
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You can check this info for yourself by going to dnsstuff and do a WHOIS lookup on www.google.com
With Google’s recent calendar program they released, there is an interesting easter egg:
Create an event, have it repeat yearly, when does it stop repeating? In the year 2011.
What does this mean?
Info on Bible Code:
- said to date to 12th century
- 3,200 year history of The Bible, little change in text
- advent of the computer made finding the hidden codes much easier
Yahoo expires in early 2012
Ask expires in late 2010
Each got their information alittle wrong.
So, while playing around with Google Calendar last week, i tried to add my birthday to the list, it was easy. Then i had it repeat yearly, only i clicked ends until to see how long Google thought i would live, looks like it’ll be 2011.
coincidence or conspiracy?