Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Android Apps For 2012 Doomsday



Seeing this picture, you must have a general idea what I am going to talk. As Wikipedia says: The 2012 phenomenon comprises a range of eschatology beliefs according to which cataclysmic or trans formative events will occur on 21 December 2012.This date is regarded as the end-date of a 5125-year-long cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar.Various astronomical alignments and meteorological formula have been proposed as pertaining to this date, though none have been accepted by mainstream scholarship.

With Lucky that I still get Mr android accompanied and get a lot funny apps to play on my Android smartphone. So before the Doomsday comes,Let's some doomsday apps for Android.  Mayan Doomsday Widget will go first,you know we don't have much days left.So we have to cherish every day.A Mayan alike countdown seems will be a good choice.If Doomsday doesn't come in time,you are likely to deal with this widget in the way you want.

                     

Don't just keep your eyes on the calendar,we have to know why we will "die" by a pretty cool app for informative reasons regarding the legends and myths of the end of the world being in 2012 called 2012 Apocalypse.It is about the prediction and facts of some catastrophic events that may happen in 2012. It also provides latest videos and news about 2012 apocalyptic events.

                        

At last Let's watch a Doomsday film, it goes story like this: The film takes place in the future. Scotland has been quarantined because of a deadly virus. When the virus is found in London, political leaders send a team led by Major Eden Sinclair (Rhona Mitra) to Scotland to find a possible cure. Sinclair's team runs into two types of survivors: marauders and medieval knights. Doomsday was conceived by Marshall based on the idea of futuristic soldiers facing medieval knights.


Will 21,December 2012 will the end of day? In doubting.......

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