The world didn't end last May 21, as Harold Camping had predicted. Nor did it end on October 21, which was his revised prediction. Finally earlier this month, the 90-year-old Camping, who was born in Boulder, admitted he was wrong, and said he was getting out of the predictions business.
Harold Camping.Harold Camping has predicted the end of the world three times -- and each time, the ninetysomething Boulder native has struck out. Most recently, Doomsday did not arrive on October 21. Five months earlier, the Rapture did not occur on May 21. And there were earlier botched Cam ... More >>
This dude just looks like a charlatan, doesn't he?If the world had a nickel for every time the world was supposed to end, let's just say the world would have a whole boatload of nickels -- but as not-at-all-unusual as it may be for the various pseudo-prophets and charlatans of history to pred ... More >>
The prediction by Boulder-born Harold Camping's Family Radio that Judgment Day would begin at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday proved to be a little premature -- and thank goodness, since it allowed Twitter Nation to respond to the fact that the world didn't end on schedule. Look below to see our ten fa ... More >>
Camping and Stewart.Billboards in Colorado and beyond warn that Judgment Day is coming May 21 -- at least according to the California-based Family Radio network, led by 89-year-old Boulder native Harold Camping. And according to a clip from last night's episode of The Daily Show on view below ... More >>
Big pic below.That gutter-cleaning job you've been putting off? Forget about it. That iPad you've been cautiously eying? Time to splurge, my friend. Why? Because we only have a mere seven weeks, just 47 more days, until Judgment Day. Swear to God. After all, a downtown billboard proclaims -- ... More >>