Susan Blackmore studies memes: ideas that replicate themselves from brain to brain like a virus. She makes a bold new argument: Humanity has spawned a new kind of meme, the teme, which spreads itself via technology -- and invents ways to keep itself alive
I am sure there are some very good ideas as to what this really means for us if we are in fact replicators. Ian lungold described the mayan calendar as pointing to this date because it is the convergence with the galactic center. But he also went in and showed how all the levels within the calendar actually describe all the evolutionary steps we have taken since the beginning of the "big bang". He say something to the effect of: The mayan calendar shows us evolution till the end date, past that date creation surpasses evolution.
On the newest Red Ice interview David Flynn suggests that the if taken literally the bible says that the angels and that realm will trade places, in a sense, with this lower energy realm. David Wilcock suggests there is an opposite universe to ours. The positive to our negative, yin to our yang, a figure eight if you will. In that universe the opposite laws take place. Here we must abide by time and space. There, there time and space are not factors. Whatever your consciousness asks for or wherever it wants to go it goes there in an instant.
So I am thinking that maybe the energy gradually changes till a sudden shift to the exact opposite form. We would still be in this universe but it would change dramatically. I threw together this graphic from stuff i found and the top bit i made. I am really hoping this is the case and not utter devistation. I would like to believe that heaven awaits us all and all our world religions have been trying to comfort us in this realm while it lasts.