redrabid wrote:The end of the world is of course not a question of throwing a dime, it is not yes or no. The world is going to end, that is a 100% probability, but when? For all we know now, sometime far into the future. We humans won't be there to witness it, our species will have gone the way of the dinosaurs. The chance that the world will end this year is almost zero, no matter what all those crazy religions or ancient "wisdom" may have predicted over the ages.
We don't have to ponder our fate. We have to do some serious planning for a party.
Any excuse for a party is a good one, don't you think?
Even if it is a celebration of human superstition.
First record to be played: "Eve Of Destruction".
More suggestions are wellcome.
Susan Butcher wrote:I think it's rubbish. Attempts to predict the end of the world have had a zero percent success rate so far. But people who are really serious about the 2012 thing are talking about a drastic "shift in planetary consciousness" rather than the ka-blam-blooey end of the world. I was at panel discussion on 2012 recently; I gave up and left when someone said "It'll be great, just like a cosmic Facebook!"
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