I know the whole 2012 world is ending thing turned out to be a big math error. Most of the time when someone predicts the end of the world and it does not happen they always blame math. It does not seem that hard to add up some numbers and come to a conclusion. Usually when you mess up like that math wise, you kind of fade away and are not taken very seriously. Of course if they had been right and the world ended, no one would be around to take them very seriously either, so it is kind of like a lose lose. Unless, of course you are selling books or have a television show based on your predictions. Harold Camping says the world is going to end at 6pm tomorrow. Is that 6pm Australia time because they are about there at the point I am typing this? I think he means US time. Guys like this don't even think about the vagaries of time zones when they are making their predictions. This same guy also said the world was going to end in 1994 and had written a big about it which was a big seller. Want to know why it did not happen? Bad math. Seriously. The guy is 89 so back in 1994 when he said the new date was 2011 he was probably not expecting to be alive. Whoops. He is so he has to go on and on about it even though it is not going to happen.