Of course not. That is absurd - the didn't even have telescopes! They did an amazing job with the tools they had but to elevate there knowledge to anything past the age of Galileo is silly!LogicianSolutions":2bhe057i said:Could the anicient Maya's have know about some meteor earth will hit? Yep, their math and calculations of hevenly bodies blows me away far more then the various piles of stones stacked around the world including their own.
No, the above scenario is impossible.1: Is there some sort of debri field in orbit between the sun's gravitational center and the galaxy's gravitational center that the earth will pass through?
Oh fercryinoutloud. Pure BS. You do realize when there is a quarter moon in the sky it is not really a quarter of the mass? The gravitational affect of a quarter moon is identical to the gravitational affect of a full moon. If the gravitational affects were real it should be worst during no moon, becasue then the gravity of the sun and the moon would be combined.2: What effect will the gravity change have on the human mind? I'e heard experts these days often say the full moon has no effect on the human mind. Yet a lot of cops dealing with people mentally on the edge say other wise.
Nope we would be toast, we would need alot more than a couple of years. You have faith in science? Not according to bullet #2!3: Does our military have a way to deal with some meteor/comit strikes into our planet? I believe they do despite of whatever NASA is and whatever the UN dictates. I'm not looking for conformation because the moment they did you'd have all the leftist out there screaming for it to be either dismantled or given over to UN control. Two ideas which are dumber then dumb. I have faith in science and humanity