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It couldn't be till doomsday, you know, when the angel Gabriel blows his trumpet, unless it should come quicker than we think it will--oh, of course, I know the Bible says it may come quicker than we think, but I don't think it will--that is, of course I believe the Bible; but I mean I don't think it will come as much quicker as it would if it should come now, and--"
The Doomsday Clock of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, a symbol that conveys "how close we are to destroying our civilization with dangerous technologies of our own making," has moved from five minutes before midnight to three minutes before.
WASHINGTON -- The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists says Earth is now closer to human-caused doomsday than it has been in more than 30 years because of global warming and nuclear weaponry.
Extraordinary and Undeniable" Climate, Weapons Threats Cited for Movement; Doomsday Clock Adjustment is 1st in 3 Years and is Accompanied by Urgent Call for Action.
com)-- Home and Garden America, a Nevada-based company that offers doomsday supplies like heirloom survival seeds, has just confirmed the completion of their brand-new PDF guide.
PREVIEW The Mysteries - Creation, Passion & Doomsday SWAN THEATRE, STRATFORD-UPON-AVON WARWICK'S Playbox Theatre is reviving The Mysteries - Creation, Passion & Doomsday on the RSC stage with a new cast in March 2015.
it&utm_medium=twitter) Bleeding Cool is reporting that fans may expect to see supervillain Doomsday.
Washington, Jan 16 ( ANI ): The iconic Doomsday Clock is poised at five minutes until midnight, it has been announced.
nuclear strategy was as crazy as his Doomsday Machine, in that it posited a war from which there was no rational escape.
It tells the story of people from different walks of life preparing for doomsday and features dramatic performances, music and pyrotechnic technology.
Proponents of doomsday believe that Bugarach, a tiny village in southwest France, would escape the calamity.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The doomsday frenzy in E[currency]irince ended on Friday as the small village witnessed probably its most interesting "grouping of visitors" ever on Friday.