A brief history of the end of the world
A look back at apocalypses past
December 22, 2012 12:22AM (UTC)
The world did not end! That is great news! Besides meaning that we will all live to see the next season of "Girls," today's notable absence of earthquakes, floods and other apocalyptic ephemera connects us to a long, happy tradition of losing our minds about the end of the world. From 2800 B.C. to 2012, a look back at the apocalypses that got away.
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