Mayan apocalypse 2012, the impeding end of the world, will be streamed live by various websites. People who believe that December 21 will be the Doomsday and the ancient Mayan prophecy will come true can watch the skies for any changes which spell the end of the earth.
People can watch the live stream of the Mayan apocalypse 2012 from New York City to Africa, courtesy of websites which will webcast the changes in the sky. NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center will provide an excellent view of the sky for the fabled ideas of a planet striking the earth, like the Nibiru.
UStream will stream the happenings in the sky this week for believers of the Mayan 2012 apocalypse. Talking about the Mayan prophecy and the doomsday theories, NASA researchers said, “Our planet has been getting along just fine for more than four billion years, and credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012.”
Livestream will telecast the happenings over the New York city, which is believed to be the focal point of the apocalypse by many people. Live streaming from Botswana, Africa is also one of the options for the people, who want to witness the armageddon. The camera is located near Pete’s Pond, a waterhole on Mashatu Game Reserve.
Another website which plans to provide people with the view of the sky is Slooh. It will webcast live footage from observatories in Arizona and the Canary Islands off the west coast of Africa. December 21 is a day of celestial activity as the Sun appears at noon at its lowest altitude above the horizon.
Many questions would be laying siege on the minds of people like, will the Mayan apocalypse 2012 prophecies come true? will the world end? what will happen on December 21? People can now see for themselves and get the answers they need.