So it seems Harold Camping’s latest prediction that the world will end Saturday, May 21, 2011, is proving to be false.
The deadline for the apocalypse passed in the Pacific islands, New Zealand and Australia without a bang.
According to the Christian broadcaster, Judgment Day was supposed to bring a massive earthquake, powerful enough to throw open graves, followed by a slow death for all non-believers over the next five months across the globe. He went on to say only 200 million people will be saved and those left behind will die in earthquakes, plagues, and other calamities until Earth is consumed by a fireball on October 21.
This wouldn’t be the first time Camping was wrong.Continue reading on www.foxnews.com