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Originally posted by anglodemonicmatrix
Throughout earths history the earth has had periods of increased meteorological,volcanic and seismic activity the rule to such periods is adapt or die,man is the most adaptable creature I am aware of and will get through it,some places will become more dangerous/unpleasant to live in,some will get better population will adjust accordingly.
Yes society may be headed for great difficulty but this is the result of abject human stupidity and greed on a positive note we now have science and reason to offset negative manifest destinies.
God aint got much to do with it,Harold Camping should be arrested for being a public nuisance spreading fear and terror,people even suicided over concerns for this assholes prognostications.It is about time man woke up and accepted responsibility for his own future God aint coming and he sure as hell aint gonna solve any problems for us.
The astronomy world buzzed in the Fall of 2007 when Comet Holmes – a normally humdrum, run-of-the-mill comet — unexpectedly flared and erupted. Its coma of gas and dust expanded away from the comet, extending to a volume larger than the Sun. Professional and amateur astronomers around the world turned their telescopes toward the spectacular event. Everyone wanted to know why the comet had suddenly exploded. The Hubble Space Telescope observed the comet, but provided few clues. And now, observations taken of the comet after the explosion by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope deepen the mystery, showing oddly behaving streamers in the shell of dust surrounding the nucleus of the comet. The data also offer a rare look at the material liberated from within the nucleus. “The data we got from Spitzer do not look like anything we typically see when looking at comets,” said Bill Reach of NASA’s Spitzer Science Center at Caltech.
so now we will have his next prediction in 5...4...3..., oh ya he is going to the first to go
Harold Camping 'Flabbergasted' That It Wasn't the End of the World as We Know It
By MEGAN GIBSON – 27 mins ago
Know anyone who was Raptured on Saturday? Yeah, neither do we.
So what does Harold Camping - the 89-year-old, multimillionaire Family Radio preacher who was certain that the Judgment Day would happen at 6 p.m. on May 21, 2011 - have to say in the wake of the non-Rapture?
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The San Francisco Chronicle caught up with Camping on Sunday afternoon, outside his home in Alameda. He told the Chronicle that he was "flabbergasted" that nothing had happened and that it'd "been a really tough weekend." The International Business Times also managed to capture the brief video of Camping where he insists he isn't ready for interviews.
He then said he was "looking for answers" and "would be back to work on Monday."
So far, a cursory listen of Camping's Family Radio station (before and after shots of its website can be seen here) doesn't seem to offer anything explanatory. Instead, we're hearing a lot of tips on improving family life and sporadic hymns. We'll be listening in periodically to see if Camping offers some explanation to his hundreds of followers who believed (and invested their money!) in his Judgment Day calculation; we imagine they'd like some answers.
Though, according to Jackie Alnor, who once believed in Camping's predictions, it's not his followers that the preacher must answer to. "He's in big trouble with God," she told the Chronicle.
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