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end of the world

  • by Dan Preston
The modern pop culture scene is full of references to the “end of time” as they understand it. From movies like Armageddon to TV documentaries about “preppers,” people are fascinated with the idea of the earth and humanity as we know it coming to an end. Is there anything to this notion? And if there is, what should we do about it?
  • by Steve Nutzman
Predictions abound about massive worldwide upheaval and the end of the world. They are found in popular sci-fi movies and books, religious figures proclaim it and Internet sites are filled with theories about the complete annihilation of the human race in the near future.
  • by Darris McNeely

Blood moons and the Shemitah. What should you really know?

  • by Donald Ward
Superstates have existed in various forms through the ages, but not in the way they are forming today. Many world leaders are planning on creating a system that will exercise hegemony over the whole world. Their plans will eventually lead to a beast system that will rule over the earth. But then a superstate will come on the scene and usher in the true Millennium.
  • by Gary Petty
An ancient Mayan calendar mysteriously ends at the winter solstice in the year 2012. Is this a sign that the Mayans knew that December 2012 is the end of human history? The History Channel, Newsweek magazine, major movie studios, booksellers and dozens of Web sites are fanning the 2012 craze. Should you be building a shelter and stowing away food for the coming disaster?
  • by United News
"The odds are no better than fifty-fifty that our present civilization on Earth will survive to the end of the present century."
  • by John Ross Schroeder
"... The twentieth century has been less a century to celebrate than one to survive. And as it draws to a close with threats to our continued existence multiplying both in scale and number—so that to add to the evils of overpopulation, possible nuclear warfare and famine, we face a new catalogue of environmental hazards and a legion of new microbial foes." —Marina Benjamin, Living at the End of...