• Anarchy Pony

    Probably.

  • Anarchy Pony

    Probably.

  • BuzzCoastin

    hopefully we won’t benefit from knowing this
    and we will continue to rush like lemmings towards extinction

    fill’er up high test Goober

  • http://buzzcoastin.posterous.com BuzzCoastin

    hopefully we won’t benefit from knowing this
    and we will continue to rush like lemmings towards extinction

    fill’er up high test Goober

  • Pieter-Jan Buyle

    Ecological factors sure helped to undermine the classical Mayan civilization.  I think most historians on precolumbian civilizations will agree on this.  Let’s not forget the advanced culture on Eastern Island, which suffered the same fate.  The latter collapse was certainly caused by deforestation.

  • Pieter-Jan Buyle

    Ecological factors sure helped to undermine the classical Mayan civilization.  I think most historians on precolumbian civilizations will agree on this.  Let’s not forget the advanced culture on Eastern Island, which suffered the same fate.  The latter collapse was certainly caused by deforestation.

  • Nicole McGall

    It amazes me how stupid the human race is still…the Mayans did not “break down” or”collapse”!! they f**** ASCENDED/EVOLVED and blasted right the f*** off this dimension……also…the calendars they made didn’t “end” in 2012….they merely stopped making them as they were on their way to somewhere else…and if the Spanish priests didn’t destroy almost all the Mayan records…you might know this s***!!!

  • dawnatilla

    It amazes me how stupid the human race is still…the Mayans did not “break down” or”collapse”!! they f**** ASCENDED/EVOLVED and blasted right the f*** off this dimension……also…the calendars they made didn’t “end” in 2012….they merely stopped making them as they were on their way to somewhere else…and if the Spanish priests didn’t destroy almost all the Mayan records…you might know this s***!!!

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