Sure, we don’t yet know if the U.S. has bypassed any rapture threats. But by all accounts, much of the eastern hemisphere has ticked over to May 22nd unscathed. And the jokes and sarcasm have continued to flow through the Twittersphere.
Sensational Rapture headlines have dominated the media recently, but is that what you really should be paying attention to?
Read these links before the world ends.
Apocalyptic predictions may be few and far between, but apocalyptic depictions are rather frequent.
If the Rapture happened right now, what would happen to your pets?
You have to hand it to this Craigslister–this is certainly the silver-lining of people believing in the end of the world.
Forget the Mayan calendar’s 2012 doomsday. One Christian radio network has calculated its own apocalyptic date: May 21, 2011.
In times of natural disaster, war and nuclear fears — not to mention the Mayan calendar predicting that the world will end in 2012 — it’s only natural that people would consider buying space in luxury fallout shelters. Right?
According to a small Christian movement, yes, it will.
What is going on in Arkansas? First we learn of the death of thousands of black birds in Beebe, and then comes the news that thousands of dead fish have washed ashore a river near Ozark.
Have you been stockpiling Glenn Beck’s freeze-dried food, waiting for the world to end? You can climb out of that bunker now.
Could the Deepwater Horizon spill cause a massive eruption of methane that destroys civilization as we know it, bet-hedging question mark?