The Mayan Prophesy says the end of the world will be on 21 December 2012. Can science explain how one terrible disaster could suddenly destroy the planet? Mega-Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Arkstorms, Asteroid Strikes and Super volcanic eruptions.

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The Mayan Prophesy says the end of the world will be on 21 December 2012. Can science explain how one terrible disaster could suddenly destroy the planet? Mega-Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Arkstorms, Asteroid Strikes and Super volcanic eruptions.

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Martin Sheen: Over billions of years, the land that was to become the USA was endowed with greater geological riches than any other nation on earth. It's taken centuries of invention, industry, and skill for us to dig, blast, and tease those resources, what lies beneath America, out of the ground. Nature's raw power, and the courage of the American people, have been the unstoppable forces that made us the rich and powerful nation we are today.
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