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Not to be a pessimist or anything, but if the Mayan prediction comes true and the world ends this year, should I bother planting a garden? Just asking because I've been looking at my garden catalogs and wondering whether it's worth it to spend the money for seeds if the world is going to be incinerated. I understand the prediction is the world won't end until Dec. 21 and that's long after the growing season. But it could affect what to plant, such as beets, green beans, corn and the like. Is there any point in planting crops you normally can or freeze for the winter if you won't get to use them up before we're toast?/Kathy Hedberg, Lewiston Tribune. More here.
Question: Are you concerned at all that the world may come to an end when the Mayan calendar runs out Dec. 21?