Always Amused With Doomsday Predictions

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For reasons I can’t understand, I have always really liked hearing theories on when people thing the end will come. The stories are always out of the box I grew up and they are always told from a passionate person who is fully committed to their day when the world will explode or implode or melt or be reborn or whatever. These theories sometimes lead up to a big event, which promptly disappoints everyone invited. The world moves on and everyone forgets about the poor mislead people who sometimes come to a tragic end. In the same vein, I also like hearing conspiracy theories.

Now I have to say, I am really disappointed at how doomsdayers and conspiracy theorists are overlooking the upcoming transition to digital tv on June 12th. Maybe it is better suited for the conspiracy theorist, but I think there could be a compelling reason to believe the world will come to an end when all broadcast goes digital. Come on let’s hear some ruse.

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