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End of the World 2011: What Hour is it, Exactly?
If you give any credence to Harold Camping’s prediction – that the end of the world will be May 21, 2011 – tune in at 6 p.m. New Zealand local time just to make sure. Camping himself plans to do just that by watching it unfold on TV.
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In other time zones, New Zealand’s 6:00 p.m., Saturday, translates to:
Originally posted by woogleuk
6pm at every time zone, so it's gonna happen every hour until the last timezone.
The First one to hit that I can find is in 1 1/2 hours and that is Kiritimati, Christmas Island, Kiribati, where it is now 4:30pm, Sat 21st May.
The question is how many of the believiers are still here. We will know if the rapture happened when they disappear. Personally I hope they all disappear. I am tired of hearing about them. Seriously I can't help but wonder what is going to happen when they realize that they have been duped. Change the date and try again? I hope not I don't want to hear about all this again.
Originally posted by metalpr
I'm anxious to see what Harold Camping has to say tomorrow.
New Zealand region yet to suffer destruction forecast by Oakland-based doomsday predictor
Christmas Island and other locations near New Zealand, where self-styled scriptural scholar Harold Camping predicted that the apocalypse would strike by Friday night Los Angeles time, so far remain free of "super terrible" earthquakes. The 89-year-old Oakland-based doomsday predictor told his followers that destruction would begin on May 21, wherever it happens to be 6 p.m. New Zealand is 19 hours ahead of Pacific Daily Savings Time. As of 10:30 p.m. PDT -- 7:30 p.m. May 21 on Christmas Island, also known as Kiritimati -- no earthquakes had been reported within the last hour and a half, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, which tracks seismic activity worldwide. The Times' Christopher Goffard reported that Camping had warned: The earthquakes will then roll on, time zone by time zone. The saved, perhaps 2% to 3% of the world population, will be whisked to God, while the rest will be obliterated in what he calls "a super horror story."