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Old December 21st, 2012 (09:12 AM).
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There is a black hole at the centre of every galaxy, of course. That's what everything in each one is orbiting around- the biggest gravity pull you can possibly have in the universe, a black hole. Ours is called Sagittarius A*, resides in the centre of the Milky Way, and was found in 1974

And no, there is not going to be any allignments, according to Nasa- last one was in 2000 and they happen every 20 years or so so expect the next one in 2020-ish. And, of course, those allignments cause a whole bunch of nothing every time they happen or otherwise the Earth would have exploded 20230304949 times by now.

And the "change" is just some sort of New Age woo- nothing to waste half a neurone thinking about.
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