The joke is so on them. View Image ›
Thought I would have accomplished more before the end of days. Been tweeting some of my #raptureregrets - like not learning how to dougie. Here are some of our favorite rapture regrets from @BuzzFeed followers. View List ›
You haven’t truly lived until you’ve seen these pictures. View List ›
Harold Camping isn’t the first self-proclaimed prophet to calculate a date for the rapture. In 1833, William Miller predicted the rapture would occur around 1843. The Millerite movement gradually gained followers in the early 1840s, culminating in the Great Disappointment when Jesus failed to appear in October, 1844. Despite their disappointment, the Millerites made some interesting theological charts. Take a moment and check them out. View List ›
Here are some pictures of people who are convinced that the world is going to end on Saturday. More diverse than you’d think. View List ›
Your fashion sense doesn’t have to suffer just because the world is ending. If we’re going to go down in flames, we at least should go down in style. Here are tips to keep it fierce after the rapture. View List ›
So, we didn’t die on May 21, but I can almost guarantee you the end is near. October 21 to be exact. View List ›
Here’s everything you need to know about the end of the world on Saturday. View List ›
These guys aren’t messing around. 3 DAYS. View List ›
Tower of Babel by Argentinian artist Marta Minujin is a seven story tall sculptural structure covered in 30,000 books from all over the world. This thing is hella impressive. Makes me wanna go buy books. (Via The Uniblog) View List ›
It’s happening, folks. Get ready to bow down to our new (goateed) robot overlords. Watch Video ›
Texas now becomes the fourth state to experience mass bird deaths. Charlie Muller, a biologist with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Administration, notes that bird deaths, while not uncommon, seldom occur in numbers this large. DUN DUN DUN. View Image ›
It’s the end of the world and the billboards feel just fine.
“Ducked And Covered” is an instructional public information film designed to assist the general population with surviving life in Australia after the nuclear war. Watch Video ›
On December 21, 2012, all may cease to exist. Our last hope seems to rest on one container of really sour yogurt. View Image ›
When the inevitable comes, I at least want the assurance that America’s Commander in Chief will be up there somewhere, shooting at wolves from the Presidential helicopter. View Image ›
For your 2012 hangover: three minutes of New York getting blown up, in every way possible, with Gershwin to play it off. View Media ›
It’s like Dave turned into a horror film. Lesson: if you kill Sarah Palin, a new head sprouts out of a shiny quilted vest. 2012 starts now. View Image ›
Our level of gullibility (or perhaps sheer stupidity) has reached the point where NASA has to tell us not to believe Roland Emmerich films are real life.
Large Hadron Collider (LHC) may create doors to other dimensions, according to Sergio Bertolucci, who is Director for Research and Scientific Computing at CERN. That is it, man, that is IT! Unexplained breakdowns! Time traveling molecules! Birds attacking with baguettes! Dogs and cats living together!