End of the 13th Baktun Google Doodle Not Internationally Available
If you have been keeping your eye on the Google homepage to see if there is going to be a Google doodle for the End of the 13th Baktun today you may have seen it already or you may have to wait in vain for the Google Doodle to appear in your local search engine. It is still not clear why, but Google have opted to only display their "End of the 13th Baktun" Google Doodle in some countries and did not display it in countries like South Africa, India, Australia and New Zealand to name a few.
Currently we can confirm that the Google doodle is available in the United Kingdom, Canada, USA and Brasilia and South America. The " End of the 13th Baktun" is a historical event in modern history and it is not clear why Google have decided not to make the " End of the 13th Baktun" Google Doodle International available.
The internet have been a buzz this whole week about people predicting the destruction of the world on the 21st of December with the reason being the " End of the 13th Baktun" and now Google selected to exclude millions from this International Historical event.
What does the End of the 13th Baktun mean?
It simply means that the Mayan Calendar ends on the 21st of December 2012. The Calendar have been created more than a thousand years ago, and have kept record of the days and weeks for the past thousands of years. Many people predicted the abrupt stop in the Mayan Calendar as being an indication that the world will end in 2012. a More logical explanation would be that they Mayan's thought that having a calendar going more than 1000 years is enough and that they simply will update the new calendar when the time comes!
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