Tom Hanks, a trusty dog, and a robot that he built to protect them all team up for a new end of the world movie.
Every year the clock is unveiled, giving us an idea of how close we are to disaster. The countdown has begun.
Some people are preparing for the end of the world, and by some people, I mean the mega-wealthy. Of course they’re doing it in style, too.
In a truly odd tale, a group of naked people kidnapped their neighbours and then crashed their car in an effort to escape the end of the world.
An astrophysics professor has made it her mission to figure out the universe will meet its demise, and she’s having a great time doing it.
Located on a freezing cold Norwegian island, where there are more polar bears than people, a Doomsday seed vault is already proving useful.
Panic, fear, regret – just your average Sunday morning. But now it seems there may be bigger problems for the human race to worry about.
No plants or animals will remain on the Earth when the end comes, there will be only microbes. The oceans will evapourate, and food sources will become more and more scarce.
This sounds crazy but there are millions of people who are readying themselves for the end of the world. And the army of preppers have made a name for themselves thanks to National Geographic Channel which airs the series called “Doomsday Preppers”.
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.
Haven’t you heard? We’re standing on the precipice of eternal doom. Yes, on 21 December our jig is up. And here are the top five ways doomsayers say we’ll meet our maker. 1) Earth will collide with a rogue planet. There are a bunch of those things crusing around. 2) An “alignment of planets” will cause […]
Hey Doomsdayers, guess what? The world isn’t going to end in 2012, or any time soon for that matter. At least that’s according to a NASA astrophysicist, who I’d assume has a library that smells of rich mahogany and is filled with many leather-bound books, and also a degree in astrophysics.
Despite what some “experts” may claim and what prophetic movies like Robert Emmerich’s 2012 would have you believe, new findings have come to light that cast doubt on the apparent end of the world as predicted in the Mayan calendar.
If you’re planning to be around to watch the final of the Rugby World Cup this year, then can I suggest you get your sinner on toute suite- something light should do, because Harold Camping has returned with a new prediction for the start of the Rapture. In two weeks time, to be precise: October 21st, 2011. Sorry, rugby fans!
A user at reddit.com promised that he’d put up a billboard in response to Harold Camping’s failed billboard campaign that claimed the rapture was on its way. The billboard reads: “That was awkward”. Somewhat of an understatement I think.