A musically inclined cockroach enjoys the end of the human race and his moment of glory and freedom as the supreme ruler of the planet. H/T AVbyte
As frenzied doomsayers around the world prepare for the apocalypse sometime today, Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed the Mayan prediction as a hoax, saying at a yearly Q&A that the earth won’t end for another 4.5 billion years, when the sun goes out.
Officials in China have made hundreds of arrest in connection with a Doomsday cult. Meanwhile, candles have disappeared off the shelves in China as people have begun hording candles to safeguard against what they fear is the coming darkness.
December 21, doomsday on the Mayan calendar, is just around the corner, but NASA says folks need not worry about the world coming to an end. The space agency has released a video explaining the Mayan calendar and why the Earth is safe from rogue planets, solar flares and other imagined calamities. Watch the video now to learn why NASA says you’ll be here Dec. 22 to view it again!
Liu Qiyuan from China’s northern Hebei province has spent more than a year and a small fortune designing and building “Noah’s Ark” survival capsules that he hopes will be the flexible lifeboats of the future. The 45-year-old has invested around $300,000 (USD) designing and building seven versions of the pod, which he hopes will someday be mass-produced—if someday ever comes, that is. H/T JewishNewsOne