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When will the earth go to hell

well asking this question is a little stupid but i really wanna know about that.
After viewing the movie 2012 there are always many thing strange happened . Is that the sign of 2012 the end of the world? (example many big holes appear in China) if we will die in 2012 it is really a kind of affliction for me. I haven't married.




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  • MrPKitty 2010/06/19 00:07:34 (edited)
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    The end of the world has come and gone numerous times.

    Earliest known predictions of impending doom date back to 2,800B.C.

    In 1910 people believed Haley's comet would pass so he Earth,that toxic fumes from it's tail would poison the planet and everyone would die.



    In 1919 Albert Porta, a meteorologist, believed that a rare conjunction of planets would create a powerful gravitational or magnetic flux and draw a giant solar flare out toward the Earth, incinerating the atmosphere.



    1967 Jim Jones, Sun Myung Moon, and UFO contactee George van Tassel all independently arrived at the conclusion that the Summer of Love would be the end of us all.



    Mar 10, 1982. In a near repeat of the erroneous 1919 prophecy, a popular "science" book, The Jupiter Effect, expostulated that a planetary conjunction would cause earthquakes, or a solar flare, or both. Two years earlier, the televangelist Pat Robertson had also predicted this, saying: "I guarantee you by the end of 1982 there is going to be a judgment on the world".



    Apr 29, 1987 Leland Jensen was back with more portents of extinction, this time as a result of a collision between the Earth and that old favourite Halley’s Comet.



    1988: Another rash of predictions chiefly influenced by best-selling 1970 book The Late, Great Planet Earth, which inte...







    The end of the world has come and gone numerous times.

    Earliest known predictions of impending doom date back to 2,800B.C.

    In 1910 people believed Haley's comet would pass so he Earth,that toxic fumes from it's tail would poison the planet and everyone would die.



    In 1919 Albert Porta, a meteorologist, believed that a rare conjunction of planets would create a powerful gravitational or magnetic flux and draw a giant solar flare out toward the Earth, incinerating the atmosphere.



    1967 Jim Jones, Sun Myung Moon, and UFO contactee George van Tassel all independently arrived at the conclusion that the Summer of Love would be the end of us all.



    Mar 10, 1982. In a near repeat of the erroneous 1919 prophecy, a popular "science" book, The Jupiter Effect, expostulated that a planetary conjunction would cause earthquakes, or a solar flare, or both. Two years earlier, the televangelist Pat Robertson had also predicted this, saying: "I guarantee you by the end of 1982 there is going to be a judgment on the world".



    Apr 29, 1987 Leland Jensen was back with more portents of extinction, this time as a result of a collision between the Earth and that old favourite Halley’s Comet.



    1988: Another rash of predictions chiefly influenced by best-selling 1970 book The Late, Great Planet Earth, which interpreted a passage from the book of Matthew as indicating the return of Christ within 40 years of the founding of the state of Israel.



    March – May 1997: The year of the comet Hale-Bopp gave rise to a welter of "end of the world" theories all based on a mistaken observation by amateur astronomer Chuck Shramek. When his assertion that the comet was being trailed by a companion object found its way onto Usenet message boards, it was magnified by the full power of the then-young internet into a worldwide hullabaloo. Another contributory factor was the suggestion that the Solar System was about to pass through a mysterious and entirely imaginary region of space called the Photon Belt. The Heaven’s Gate cult seized on these combined rumours as their signal to commit mass suicide in March of this year. It was also the 6,000th anniversary of the Creation, as calculated by Bishop Ussher, leading to another wave of "Last Days" panic.



    All this and then some, who could forget the Y2K fiasco?
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  • Captain... MrPKitty 2010/06/19 01:21:31
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    Brilliant response Mr. P. The "gloom and doom" portion of Christianity loves to ignore those facts.
  • MrPKitty Captain... 2010/06/19 01:39:34
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    Well you know one day millions of years in the future the sun will super nova and then they'll say, "told ya so".

    They do the weather forecast the same way out here, might rain today, might rain today, might rain today, might rain today, oh look! It's raining!

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