I got home from work a little late tonight and its now 12:45 MST. That means that the world should have ended, but it hasn't, so I need to get to bed and get some sleep for tomorrow. There is a Christmas party at work that I'll have to go in early for. I wish I would have bought some gifts now, but the world was suppose to end. Better luck in 5,125 years when the next long form calender will have run it's course.
I don't think anyone has the date of the end of the world nailed down. I've had a little fun with this whole thing and I learned something that I hadn't realized before. The Mayans claim that creation happened in 3114 BC. Bishop Ussher calculated 4004 BC as the date of creation. Several other ancient authorities and cultures also have similar dates for the beginning of the world. By similar I mean an age of the earth as less than 10,000 years. Depending on who you ask and the method used there are a number of sources that date creation at around 5,000 to 7,000 years ago. I find this interesting because I always assumed that the age of the earth debate was basically boiled down to a literal view of the bible verses an evolutionary timeline issue. That isn't the case at all. Human observation, as recorded in varous calenders like the Mayans or in nonbiblical mythologies supports a young earth theory.
Now that it looks like the world hasn't ended, we'll have some more time to ponder the topic.