Newton predicted the end of the world in 2060

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posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 02:20 PM
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i came across this article and i would love to see his calculations

abcnews.go.com...




posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 03:19 PM
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For those of us who live here in the UK:

The TV special mentioned in the article, Newton: The Dark Heretic, will air on BBC 2 on March the first at 8 PM.

Cheers,
Deep



posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 07:49 PM
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do we get BBC in the states/canada



posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 08:14 PM
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No. Unless you have a special satellite package, then yes. I only get the news, which is at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Standard.



posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 08:57 PM
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1 A.D. ~ 100 A.D. - Judgement Day New Testament: Jesus told his apostles that the Kingdom of God would come to Earth before the last of them died. Matthew 16:28, Mark 8:39, and Luke 9:27.

992 - Judgement Day Bernard of Thuringia

1000, Jan - Second Coming

1033 - Second Coming Raoul Glaber

1186, Sep - Astrological Alignment John of Toledo

1260 - Judgement Day Monk Joachim and the Joachites

1265 - Judgement Day Prestor John

1345 - Judgement Day

1350 - Judgement Day

1381 - Judgement Day The Peasants' Revolt

1420 - Judgement Day The Taborites

1524, Feb 1 - Second Great Flood Astrologers, various

1524, Feb 20 - Second Great Flood Johannes Stoeffler

1528 - Second Great Flood Johannes Stoeffler

1532 - End of the World Frederick Nausea

1533 - Judgement Day Melchior Hoffmann

1533, Oct 3, 8 a.m. - Judgement Day Michael Stifel/Stifelius

1534 - Judgement Day Matthysz

1537 - Judgement Day Pierre Turrel

1544 - Judgement Day Pierre Turrel

1584 - End of the World Cyprian Leowitz

1588 - End of the World Johann Muller / Regiomontanus

1624, Feb 1 - Second Great Flood Astrologers, various

1648 - Second Coming Rabbi Sabbati Zevi

1654 - End of the World Helisaeus Roeslin of Alsace

1654, Aug 12 - End of the World

1656 - Judgement Day Columbus:Yes, the same guy credited with finding the Americas for Spain.

1657 - Judgement Day The Fifth Monarchy Men

1665 - End of the World Solomon Eccles

1666 - Second Coming Rabbi Sabbati Zevi

1704 - End of the World Cardinal Nicholas de Cusa

1719, May 19 - Comet Collision Jacques Bernoulli

1736, Oct. 13 - Judgement Day Whiston

1757 - End of the World Emanuel Swedenborg

1761, April 5 - Judgement Day William Bell

1774 - Second Coming Joanna Southcott

1801 - Judgement Day Pierre Turrel

1806 - Second Coming Chicken Egg

1814 - Judgement Day Pierre Turrel

1832 - Comet Collision Scientific Guess

1843, April 3 - Judgement Day William Miller

1843, July 7 - Judgement Day William Miller

1844, March 21 - Judgement Day William Miller

1844, Oct. 22 - Judgement Day William Miller

1874 - End of the World Charles Taze Russell: This is in fact the date on which Charles Taze Russell made a prediction, not a date he predicted. It was on this day that Russell predicted that Jesus would return to Earth in the year 1914.

1881 - End of the World: This was based on measurements made of the Pyramids of Giza, with the belief that they hold an encoded future history.

1881 - End of the World Mother Shipton

1890 - New World Begins The Ghost Dance Movement

1914 - Judgement Day Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses

1918 - Judgement Day Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses

1920 - Second Coming Col. J. Garnier

1920, Feb. - Judgement Day Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses

1925 - Judgement Day Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses

1936 - End of the World: This was based on measurements made of the Pyramids of Giza, with the belief that they hold an encoded future history.

1941 - Judgement Day Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses

1947 - End of the World John Ballou

1948 - Judgement Day Millerites

1953 - End of the World: This was based on measurements made of the Pyramids of Giza, with the belief that they hold an encoded future history.

1972 - Judgement Day Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses

1975 - Second Coming Herbert Armstrong/Worldwide Church of God

1975 - Judgement Day Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses

1977 - End of the World John Wroe

1980, Dec 31 - End of the World Old Arabic astronomical calculation

1982, Mar 10 - Harmonic alignmen: The idea was that when all the planets in the solar system lined up just right, the resulting gravitational stresses would devestate the Earth.

1986 - World War III? Nostradamus

1989 - Judgement Day Implied by Watchtower/Jehovah's Witnesses: In an 1988 issue of Awake! magazine published by Watchtower, which had the question "Are We In The Last Days?" on the cover, an article discussing the long held belief that the end would come within the lifespan of those followers who were alive in 1914 mentioned that 75 years was generally considered a normal lifespan... 1914 + 75 = 1989.

1992 - Judgement Day Korean Christian prediction

1994, September - Judgement Day Harold Camping, Family Radio Network

1994, Oct. 2 - Judgement Day Harold Camping, Family Radio Network

1995, April 16 - Judgement Day Korean Christian prediction

1996 - End of the World

1999, July - Antichrist Nostradamus

2000 - World War III and Antichrist Nostradamus

2000, Jan 1 - 2000/1900 date error in computers American Mass Media

2002, June 21 - Second Coming Nostradamus

2100 - Environmental Crash

Link - anomalyinfo.com...



posted on Feb, 23 2003 @ 09:09 PM
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dam well if any of you watch it pls post everything they say in great detail thanks



posted on Feb, 24 2003 @ 10:27 AM
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don't forget:

2012: end of world, or new age (mayans, x-files, Baez)

XAOS



posted on Feb, 24 2003 @ 03:51 PM
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oh ya faust baez sadly they deleted it



posted on Feb, 25 2003 @ 07:51 AM
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2002, June 21 - Second Coming Nostradamus
Posted by Deepwaters

In all fairness to Nostradamus, who is the most accurate of prophets so far, he is often off by 1 year in his dates.....

2002+1=2003...



posted on Feb, 25 2003 @ 10:43 AM
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I think what Deepwaters was trying to say (While trying to avoid obvious sarcasm) is that no matter what time period you look at, there's *always* going to be *somebody* willing to put a date on "The End". What makes Newton's predictions any different from anybody else's predictions?

Hmmm...The Bible *does* mention that the End Times would see many "false prophets" before the actual End...But then, the entirety of human history had many "false prophets" popping up. So would that mean that some of those prophecies (also made by fallable human beings, just as all of the other "End Times Fortune Tellers" have been) contained in the Bible are more examples of "false prophets"?

Makes you wonder, doesn't it?



posted on Feb, 25 2003 @ 10:45 AM
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Don't forget about every other week by the Weekly World News.



posted on Feb, 27 2003 @ 10:29 AM
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Actually, some cable stations carry BBC America...check your listings...





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