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Google's homepage depicts the Mayan calendar
Google's homepage Friday night depicted the Mayan calendar related 'End of the 13th Baktun' which is the last cycle of the calendar that ended on December 21 2012.

GOOGLE MARKED the end of the '13th Baktun' and suspected "Mayan apocalypse” by the believers by replacing its logo with an image of a stone carving.

It is believed that the end of the 13th Baktun heralds the closing of an old era and dawning of a new one which got rumoured to predict the end of the world and was debunked successfully by the NASA scientists. Many scholars hold that the calendar has nothing to do with apocalypse.

However, many people around the world went to various sites to witness the apocalypse including Mayan ruins, Caracol in Belize, Stonehenge, Stalin's bunker in Moscow, Byron Bay in Australia, and a sacred mountain in France but got disappointed.

On December 21, NASA had assured people that there was nothing to worry about. Google’s Wikipedia page "End of the 13th Baktun" explaining what a Baktun is, and that Earth has simply entered its 14th today and the page was visited by many people around the globe.

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