Posts Tagged ‘Revelations’

Apocalypse — Save the Date!

May 25, 2011

Apocalypse -- Save the Date!

Notice: Due to unforseen circumstances, the End of the World has been rescheduled for October 21, 2011. We regret the inconvenience.

“Harold Camping ‘flabbergasted’; rapture a no-show,” Will Kane, San Francisco Chronicle

“US preacher ‘got dates wrong’ for end of the world – it’s really 21 October,” AP via The Independent

“An Autumn Date for the Apocalypse,” Jesse McKinley,  New York Times

Ticket holders for earlier doomsdays predicted by Howard Camping (May 21, 1988, September 7, 1994, May 21, 2011): tough.

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The End of the World News

May 21, 2011

End of the World News

In case you missed it: Experts have determined that, despite the forecasts of evangelical prophet Harold Camping, the world has not ended. You can be sure that fundamentalist ranting has not, either.

Note: The End of the World News is the title of a novel by Anthony Burgess (1917 – 1993). He was inspired by the closing formula solemnly intoned by BBC radio newsreaders: “This is the end of the World News.”

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End of the World: May 21, 2011

May 21, 2011

Today at 6:00 PM Eastern Time, the world is expected to end. Skeeter Davis (above) explains it all to you.

FAQs here.

Note: According to some, the world has already ended.

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