Sorry to disappoint you, but it appears the world is still spinning even though Australia and New Zealand are already well into December 21.
The space agency is so confident the world will go on after December 21 that it's already produced and released a video explaining why we didn't end.
Team excavating vast ancient city in Belize uses NASA LiDAR technology and reveals a society of rooftop urban agriculture.
Google's People/Contacts app has forgotten that December exists, presumably as a good-will gesture to avert Mayan crisis.
Stop caressing your PS3s and return the drums of apple sauce you bought to survive the Armageddon, and...turns out the Mayan calendar ended two years earlier, and much less severely than predicted.
It's time to end all the end-of-times chatter. NASA and others are working to dispel the 2012 end-of-the-world rumors.
An upgraded bladder and a car that runs on water are just a few of the sweet pieces of tech to add to your apocalypse checklist.
A comet set to pass by the Earth could be the brightest in memory, and it's not the only one coming for a visit next year.
Uh-oh. The "1 Percent" might just lead to the complete collapse of civilization, according to a study sponsored by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. But all hope is not lost.
Where's Santa now? Depends whom you ask. NORAD/Bing and Google are both keeping an eye on St. Nick but can't seem to agree on his route around the world to deliver goodies to good children everywhere.