21 Mar 2012 - CS Monitor: Earthquake in Mexico: The magnitude 7.4 quake was the biggest since 1986, when at least 10,000 died. But improved construction and where this earthquake hit, say officials, has left Mexico with limited damage, and no fatalities.
09 Mar 2012 - Huff Post: Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory have put out a new video to address false claims about the "Mayan apocalypse," a non-event that some people believe will bring the world to an end on Dec. 21.
06 Mar 2012 - HuffPost: The Winter Solstice on December 21, 2012 is a symbolic day that was marked on the Mayan Calendar over 2,000 years ago! Many people around the world believe this could be the Apocalyptic date prophesied long ago.
06 Mar 2012 - Salon.com: While the day-to-day sideshow of the presidential primary and other sensational stories keep us distracted, the most important thing happening in the world today is scarcely getting any attention at all.
05 Mar 2012 - Space.com: An asteroid discovered last year has been gaining notoriety because of a chance that it could hit Earth in 28 years, but NASA scientists say the odds are extremely remote that it will pose any danger to us.
27 Feb 2012 - The New American - Despite the widespread hysteria over the potential of a nuclear-armed Iran, American intelligence agencies have still not found evidence that the Iranian regime is actually pursuing atomic weapon
08 Feb 2012 Ag Week - You may have heard that the Mayan calendar ends in 2012, and that it might be the end of the world. Just for your information, the Mayan calendar ends like ours ends, on Dec. 31. As the song goes, “don’t worry, be happy.”
Earthquakes in 2005 set the pace early on, even days before 2005 got underway, as the Sumatra Earthquake created such an incredible landscape change that it sent a Tsunami barreling to shore in Indonesia.