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Fug we made it through another Doomsday...

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No good for you.

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I guess this thread is appropriate now.

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Next one is in 2050 or something. Apparently Isaac Newton found a code in the book of Revelations. He correctly predicted many things by interpreting bible.

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Next one is in 2050 or something. Apparently Isaac Newton found a code in the book of Revelations. He correctly predicted many things by interpreting bible.

2050?

Aparently this will be a long thread.

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Next one is in 2050 or something..

Well, there's one thing I ain't got to worry about. If I see 2030 I'll be very happy.

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Yea, hope Panthers have back to back winning seasons by 2050.

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It's apparently 2060.

One reason why Newton's heresy, apocalyptic thought and prediction about the 2060 date became news in February 2003 is because most members of the media and the public had no idea that Newton was anything other than a "scientist". For many, the revelation that Newton was a passionate believer who took biblical prophecy seriously came as something of a shock. It seems that both the media and the general public have a notion of Newton as a "rational" scientist that makes it difficult to absorb the knowledge that Newton was practising both alchemy and prophetic exegesis—studies many see as antithetical to the enterprise of science. The media has perpetuated a myth that science and religion are inherently in conflict (the fact is, sometimes they are; but religion has also often stimulated the development of science). The story about Newton predicting the Apocalypse in 2060 is the sort of thing that one would expect to see on the covers of the tabloids. In this case, however, the story is true. Ironically, the tabloids did not cover the story (perhaps because this story, although counter-intuitive to many people, is authentic).

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The Bible says no man shall no when the world ends.

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