Maybe Harold Camping would give it another go. "If at first second third you don't succeed, try, try, try again." - Neville Chamberlain.
Every day feels like the apocalypse for me, does that count?
Waaaaah this guy was mean to me! Waaaaaaaaah!
I'm mean because you're stupid.
No idea on this. They'll always find new things anyway. Right ?Predict the next apocalypse theory/date!
as i said earlier zombie pony horde maybe? otherwise maybe in a couple centuries if global warming/climate change whatever its called continues.
The day after I die of natural causes in my sleep
A friend of mine said something about a world ending theory that says it will end in 2060 or something.
Oct 01 2032 i'm calling it.
pulled that off the top of my head :P
Late August 2013...thats when a baby boom is expected from all the fucktards who procreated thinking the world was ending. Yay for us.
They made the LHC (large hadron collider) go faster than the speed of light. So in that sense, we can look forward to a black hole sometime in the future when parts start to where down.. Being that, a nano size hole gets made in the huge machine caused by a replicated big bang, and therefore the machine isn't able to withstand such pressure and causes a small black hole to gobble up everything. :3
The cat is out of the bag.
sorry guys we miscalculated one year, lets try that again 12/21/2013 (or 21/12/2013)
My money is on one of the next big ones being 4/3/2033. Supposedly 2000 years after Jesus death. That may be too far away for the "The world is ending" types though.
Well, if history tells us anything... after previous silly doomsday scenarios failed each and every time, the tinfoil crowd usually goes back to unnecessary freakouts over any comet or asteroid between us and Jupiter. So I'll play the safe bet and predict more of that.
I predict the nutters will focus their attention upon the comet C/2012 S1 (ISON). It's not known at this point how well the comet will hold together as it nears the Sun, but some predictions indicate it might be visible with the naked eye by November.