Όπως είπε σωστά ο Doctor Strange, «είμαστε στο τελικό στάδιο τώρα».
Για ποιον λόγο μας γοητεύει τόσο το τέλος του κόσμου;
To put it bluntly, we’re reaching peak everything. We’ve blown through our one-time inheritance of natural capital (fossil fuels, topsoil, groundwater, biodiversity) like the crazy, hairless apes we are.
A pre-forum report lays out a grim vision of the future, one rife with acidic oceans, rogue geoengineers, human cyborgs, and aliens.
Barring the arrival of a certain laconic Austrian killing machine, he just might be our best bet.
It's time yet again for our annual Global Fear League, your guide to which countries will be held up by our media as bastions of terror this year—the year the world finally gives in and surrenders itself to the delicious prospect of all-out war.
If Justin Bieber truly parties like it's 3012, as he sings in his new single, "Beauty and a Beat," then we fear the kind of blood-drenched revelry the boy king of pop might be getting into. Because the world in 3012 is going to be barbaric.
For this week's Mahal, I decided it would be a good idea to get that one last roll of film developed that has been marinating in my camera for the last few months in light of the Mayan apocalypse.
Throughout my time at Stonehenge I met hippies, Norse gods, ancient kings, bygone warriors, conspiracy theorists, senile Druids, schizophrenics, witches, wizards, demons, hackers, viking families, trance-heads, and even a guy who thought he was a...
How's this for a doomsday scenario: Can time just stop? A group of doom nerds project that there's a 50 percent chance that time will end within the next 3.7 billion years. The problem is that we don't know how it will happen and, likely, we are just...
So I guess this is farewell. Tomorrow marks the day the whole internet has been waiting for: the final reckoning, apocalyptic hellfire raining down on Earth and your flesh rended from bone as humanity makes its excruciating descent into the eternal...