Some conspiracy theorists believe that another art installation in Concourse C represents the ruins of a post-apocalyptic city.
With only one day to go before we are all history, many are flocking to famous Mayan sites in Central America where they will await mankind’s doom.
With the apocalypse almost upon us, now might be a good time to take a look at the kind of bunker you should probably have invested in. This shelter (pictured above) was designed and built by L.A.-based company, Atlas Survival Shelters. Apart from their Mayan apocalypse facilities, they also provide decked out living quarters in the event of an “errant asteroid, nuclear holocaust, or walking dead”.
So according to the ever pessimistic Russians, we’re all gonna die in the year 2036. See, this 900-foot-long asteroid, epically named ‘99942 Apophis’, is apparently headed towards our measly little planet. NASA doesn’t agree, but don’t you worry, even if things go pear, they’ve got a plan.
Are YOU ready? If you’ve been toying with the idea of defaulting on your home loan or joining a Russian acrobat troupe for a while now, go for it. Last week, students on UCT’s upper campus were the victims of random and ferocious pamphlet bombings by people wearing “May 21, 2011” T-shirts. Naturally lured in […]