May 21 & Judgment Day?

May 11, 2011 by staff 

May 21 & Judgment Day?May 21 & Judgment Day?, Depending on whom you ask, the end of the world is an abstract idea or a remote possibility – if you’re an adherent of the movement Judgement Day – coming May 21.

Family Radio evangelist Harold Camping and believers Judgement Day as Brian Haubert movement believe that the exact date when our world will come screeching to halt in the middle of a burst of fire bigger and better than any PMC-related destruction ever created for the cinema has determined: May 21, 2011. According Haubert – who recently spoke with NPR’s Weekend Edition – that is exactly 7000 years from the time of Noah’s flood.

And, surprisingly, the prediction has nothing to do with “The Terminator.” We are skeptical.

“[E] S very difficult,” Haubert said Weekend Edition. “I worry about friends and family and loved ones. But I think, more recently, I am very excited about it.”

For the rest of us that cannot be so excited about the end of the world, is there anything we can do? After all, the “Dancing with the Stars” is not set final in the air until Tuesday, May 24. After that, it would be right with the world implosion / explosion – but at least it gives us satisfaction to know if Ralph Macchio wins over Kirstie Alley to win the title this season.

No luck, however, according to worlders: According to Camping – which calculates the date – there is no plan B. ‘S May 21. Period. Although camping was determined once the world would end on September 6, 1994, now blames the incomplete investigation for the prediction wrong.

Some have even left their jobs and scrapped plans for higher education to carpe diem and distributing Bible tracts, according to NPR.

Meanwhile, rest assured and feels very safe in the knowledge of the world – and Kirstie and Ralph – will still be here for the final.

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