What Can You Do About It?
Nothing can prevent this destruction, and there is no way to escape it. Even those few human beings who may be on the International Space Station or on other manned space missions at the time will only have the end prolonged for them. Yes, they will survive the immediate destruction of the earth, but they will then have no place to go. They will be in orbit around a Black Hole. The astronauts will have no home to return to, no way to survive where they are, and no way to find a new home. They will eventually starve, and the human race will be finally extinct in a matter of weeks after our home planet is gone.
NOTE: We do have a suggestion, and a request, for any space-borne survivors. Don't abandon ship. If you must hasten the end after the Earth is gone and your food and air are running out, just vent your spacecraft to space and leave your bodies inside and intact. That will leave something for possible future extraterrestrial archaeologists to study and to learn something about who we were.
There is nothing anyone can do to prevent the Black Hole from swallowing the earth. Even if the scientific community were to be convinced that the Black Hole exists - or forced to admit it - there would be nothing to stop it. There is nothing to make it go away.
There is no point even in investigating the matter and assigning blame. We will all share the same fate. Come December 21, 2012, time is up!
There is only this that remains for you to do in the few months you have left. Consider what kind of life you would like to have led – what kind of life you believe you ought to have led. Compare that to the kind of life you have actually led so far. Make any adjustments you must make now. There will be no time to make things right tomorrow.
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