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What's Next for Doomsday?

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As they have throughout history, failed doomsday predictions come and go. But with the Pope resigning, an asteroid whizzing near the planet Friday (Feb. 15) and a completely unrelated space rock exploding over Russia, it seems a good time to ask: What's next?

Plenty, as it turns out. Previous failures have in no way shut down doomsday predictors, and dates are set for possible apocalypses in 2020, 2040, 2060 and 2080 (zeros have an appeal, apparently). One of these doomsdays was even predicted by Sir Isaac Newton himself.

http://www.space.com...e-asteroid.html

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One day someone will get it right the way we are going. Its a bit like the lottery, someones numbers will come in one day.

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There will certainly occasionally be doomsday like events, a plauge, an asteroid, a war, a big volcano, climate change. It's business as usual. I suspect that the reason we have the prophecies in the first place is because certainly there has been a doomsday for some cities or civilizations and the stories live on.

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Whatever the residents of the local asylum think up next.

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Whatever the residents of the local asylum think up next.

Agreed, the House of Lords do come out with some c***.

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