Many years ago Ted Turner pegged this video as the last one to ever air on CNN in case of The End Of The World.
In response to that boring piece of footage, HBO’s Last Week Tonight created their own doomsday video to brighten up The End Of The World.
“In America, everyone believes in the apocalypse: The only question is whether Jesus or global warming will get here first.”
That’s how Mathew Barrett Gross, co-author of
The Last Myth: What the Rise of Apocalyptic Teaching Tells Us About America introduces the short video ‘America’s Fascination with the Apocalypse’
A wonderfully sarcastic explanation of why “a human-sacrificing, stone-age society with neither wheels to pull carts nor glass to make telescopes” couldn’t possibly have predicted the end of the world.
Why the World Won’t End in 2012
A vintage film clip depicting the son of God’s vengeful return to Earth for Armageddon, during which he will smash cars, blow up buildings, and smite non-believers harshly and painfully.
Contrary to what some doomsayers would have you believe, our star isn’t capable of blasting out a solar flare powerful enough to burn our planet to a crisp, according to NASA.