5/06/2011

End of Days

So that guy was wrong with his end of the world prediction. Now he says the world will end October 21st.
crazy bible prephecy, end of the world, minister, preacher
Remember a few years ago when the Large Hadron Collider at Cern was set to go online. Insane people that had little or no information were sure that it would cause a black hole to appear and destroy Earth. That was 2008. Time Magazine Article
LHC, Cern, Large Hadron Collider, end of the world What happened to those people with the predictions?

For a long time people have been saying that because the Mayan calendar ends December 21st, 2012, it must mean that's when the world will end. Maybe the guy chiseling the calendar into stone got bored and went to go see a good sacrifice.
Mayan Sacrifice, remove heart
Or this
mayan calendar, end of the world, ran out of space cartoon Or what about the Millennium. Weren't all the computers suppose to blow up then too.

Penn and Teller's show had a great episode about how throughout history there have been tons of predictions by people calling for the end of the world.


Here's a site that has over
200 past/failed predictions of the end of the world. Be warned, the website appears to be stuck in 1996.

2 comments:

Ostreko Family said...

My favorite is the guy who spent all his money on "end of the world" posters and now wants to sue the guy who predicted it.

Dave Wirth said...

Right, because if the world had ended it would have been worth it.