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.
As Camping said on his Family Radio website:
We have learned the very painful lesson that all of creation is in God's hands and He will end time in His time, not ours! We humbly recognize that God may not tell His people the date when Christ will return, any more than He tells anyone the date they will die physically.
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But Transient thinks he can pinpoint the exact date of Armageddon:
The world ended when the first Real World came out. We're just living in reality TV hell right now.
And that's a world with no end in sight....