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Its Not The End Of The World
EVERYBODY DOING ALL RIGHTTONIGHTé ME TOO, I GOT TO SAY I'MFEELING LUCKY AND GRATEFUL TO BE ALIVE. I'M COUNTING MY BLESSINGS. I'M UP TO FOUR AND A THUMB. BUT YOU KNOW WHO REALLY HADA ROUGH DAYé THOSE FOLKS OVER AT EBIBLEFELLOWSHIP. THEY'RE A CHURCH GROUP INPENNSYLVANIA THAT PREDICTS
THE END OF THE WORLD AND NOTAS THEIR NAME WOULD SUGGEST A BOOK CLUB THAT READS THEBIBLE ONLY ON KINDLE. THESE FOLKS GOT FAMOUS A FEWYEARS BACK FOR PREDICTING THAT JUDGEMENT DAY WOULDFALL ON MAY 21st, 201 YOU PROBABLY SAW THOSE SAVE THEDATE BILLBOARDS. I RSVPED IMMEDIATELY ANDREQUESTED THE VEGETARIAN OPTION AT THE APOCALYPSE. WELL, IT TUSHES OUT THEIRMATH WAS A LITTLE OFF.
I THINK THEY FORGOT TO CARRYONE OF THE HEARSTMEN. BUT THEY TOOK ANOTHER LOOKAT THE BOOK OF REVELATION RECENTLY, CRUNCHED THENUMBERS THROUGH THEIR JESUS CALL COUP LATER ANDDISCOVERED THAT IN FACT THE PLANET WAS SUPPOSED TO BEPERMANENTLY DESTROYED YESTERDAY, OCTOBER 7th. AND SPOILER ALERT,(LAUGHTER) (CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)ANYWAY, I HAVE SOME SYMPATHY
FOR THOSE GUYS. I'M SURE THEY FEEL TERRIBLETODAY. PROBABLY FOR A LOT OFREASONS. CUZ YOU KNOW THAT ONE THINGYOU SAID YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO DO IF THE WORLDWAS GOING TO COME TO AN ENDé THEY PROBABLY DID THAT LASTNIGHT. IT'S GOING TO BE AWKWARD ATWORK TODAY. HEY, BRENDA.
SO I'M SENDING THE FOLKS ATEBIBLE FELLOWSHIP THIS SYMPATHY CARD. IT SAYS MY DEEPESTCONDOLENCES FOR EVERYTHING STILL EXISTING. BUT YOU DID BELIEVE EBIBLEFELLOWSHIP YOU CAN'T BE TOO SURPRISED. THOUGH THEIR PAMPHLET SAYSTHAT OCTOBER 7th, 2015 WILL BE THE END.
WORLD, THEY HEDGE THEIR BETBY ADDING THERE IS A STRONG LIKELIHOOD. STRONG LIKELY HOOD T MIGHTHAPPEN. BUT IF IT DOESN'T, IT IS NOTLIKE IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD.
Top 10 Amazing BUNKERS and BOMB SHELTERS
10 Amazing BUNKERS and BOMB SHELTERS 10. Atlas Survival Shelter To start off, we thought we'd go with theworking person's luxury bomb shelter. Atlas Survival Shelter's Galvanized CorrugatedPipe bomb shelter starts at about $49,000. The pipe is 32by10feet and it can comfortablyhouse three or four people. It has one bedroom plus extra bunks, a washroomwith a shower, and there is storage under the floor so you can store up to a year'sworth of food.
The tube, which has its own air filtrationsystem and is powered by solar panels, protects the inhabitants from bomb blasts, and nuclear,chemical and biological disasters. Finally, any exterior components, such asthe lid of the escape tube and solar panels, are hidden and nearly impossible to see unlessyou know what you're looking for. 9. Silo Home The aptly named Silo Home was built over anAtlas F missile silo that was constructed during the Cold War in New York.
The home that sits over the silo looks likea normal 1,800 squarefoot cabin. The bunker, which is protected by walls thatare three feet thick, is connected to the ground floor via a spiral staircase. The subterrain area has two floors. The 2,300 square feet of living space includesa jacuzzi, a kitchen, a dining area, and an entertainment room. There are even windows with fake light thatsimulate sunlight. 8.
The Caverns Suite There is a luxury suite 200 feet below groundin the Grand Canyon Caverns in Peach Springs, Arizona, that was once a fallout shelter. The caverns were discovered in 1927 by a woodcutternamed Walter Peck. Accounts vary, but apparently Peck eitherfell or nearly fell into it. Peck thought that there might be gold in thecaverns and quickly bought the land. When he found out there was no gold, he madeit a tourist attraction, and led tours around the caverns.
Since then, it's had several owners andhas been used in different ways. Notably, during the Cuban Missile Crisis itwas used as a bomb shelter that could house 200 people. Some of the relics of its days as a falloutshelter can still be found there, such as dehydrated food. In 2001, it was purchased by a group of friendswho converted the remnants of the bomb shelter into a luxury suite that is 220 feet by 400feet, with a 70foot ceiling. To stay at the â€œoldest, darkest, deepest,quietest, and largest suite room in the worldâ€�
for one night, it costs the first two guests$800 and then $100 for each additional person, and it holds up to six people. However, if it were needed for a bomb shelter,2,000 people could survive in the caverns for several weeks. 7. Subterra Castle Located in the Kansas hills, about 25 mileswest of Topeka, Subterra Castle is a mansion that was created from a missile silo thatonce held an 82foot AtlasE rocket.
Top 10 Ways The World Might End TOMORROW
Welcome to Top10Archive! With popular showslike quot;The Last Man On Earthquot; buzzing the media, it sometimes makes you think what life wouldbe like if. you were the last person on Earth. From a Virus like the FOX show scripted, topossible Earthshattering asteroids, we're going to count down our picks for the 10 possibleNatural Apocalyptic Events. 10. Pole ShiftsThis is the least likely of our possible apocalyptic events since the reversal of the planet'smagnetic field has happened before in history; although, we aren't exactly quot;preparedquot; forthis type of disaster. It is speculated that during the next pole shift there will be a200year span where our planet's magnetic
shield will be neutralized, allowing the sun'ssolar blasts to strip away our atmosphere. Thankfully, that span is not long enough tosignificantly reduce the atmosphere for life to die out, but does have other serious implicationssuch as increased risk of skin cancer, disruption to computers and navigational systems, andcan lead to fires and possible ecological disruptions. Organisms that use magnetoreceptionto navigate, such as birds, bees and bacteria, might be disrupted, but is highly unlikelydue to species that went through the last pole flip are still around.9. Climate Change Global Warming Several different scenarios can lead to devastatingclimate change where humanity is crippled
or wiped out, but we are going to focus onthe cascading effects of global warming, granted in a very concise nutshell. Designated asquot;nonlinearquot; climate shifts, quot;singularitiesquot;, or quot;tipping pointsquot; by scientists, expertsare discovering indicators of possible catastrophes as we speak. Melting glaciers are disruptinglocal species of plant life and animals alike, as well as the North Atlantic Current, which,if disrupted could make the EuroAtlantic climate colder and more storm prone. As permafrostmelts, methane is released, a potent greenhouse gas, which in turn can affect marine plantlife due to higher temperatures and acidity caused by the absorption of excess carbondioxide from the atmosphere. Such reefs make
up less than 1% of the Earth's surface, buthouses 25% of all marine life, which is essential for both the ecosystem of wildlife and people.8. Pandemic A pandemic is a worldwide spread of a virus.Often times, infecting animals first, then transferring to humans, but this is not alwaysthe case. In 1918, a flu pandemic killed nearly 100 million people, and right now, HIV infectsabout 40 million people, and AIDS has caused more than 25 million deaths. Some viruses,like Ebola, are too lethal, killing their hosts before it can spread while other virusesspread very quickly but are cured before it can kill the host. How long before a virusstrand evolves to contain the right combination
of bothé In a pandemic, borders will be closedand travel restricted to delay the virus onslaught, medical supplies, and medical personnel wouldbe in short supply, and even with mitigation death rates may be high. Without a cure, thispossible apocalyptic event could wipe humanity from existence.7. Dark Matter Some scientists postulate that there may bea thin disk of dark matter running horizontally through our Milky Way galaxy and that oursolar system, which moves around the galactic center about every 250 million years, mayoccasionally bob up and down through it in a weaving motion that lasts about 30 millionyears. These scientists also note that this
pattern of Earth's motion through the galacticdisk seems to correlate with mass extinctions. As the Earth passed through this disk of darkmatter, it would also absorb these particles which could lead to internal heating, volcanism,tectonic upheavals, changes in sea level and climate, or even change the Earth's magneticfield, all of which are thought to contribute to extinctions. Some have even theorized thatwhen our system goes through the dark matter disc, it can dislodge distant objects, sendingthem in our direction. 6. Solar StormsSolar Storms are triggered when flares, sunspots, coronal mass ejections or any eruption ofmass and energy from the Sun tears into the