A Brief History On May 21, 2011, Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping had predicted that the world as we know it would end, with the return of Jesus Christ and the advent of the “Rapture,” followed by months of fire and brimstone resulting in the destruction of Earth. If you were paying attention on that date, you will note that the end of times did not in fact begin on May 21, 2011! Many people have predicted the end of the world or the end of the world as we know it, and so far, each has been wrong. Today…
- Welcome to the Fall 2018 Semester!
- September 17, 1683: Who Invented the Microscope?
- Key Rules for Keeping Your Family Safe
- Why Experts Say That Cable TV Won’t Exist by 2030
- September 12, 490 BC: The Battle of Marathon
- September 6, 1803: The Greatest Scientist You Have Not Heard Of (John Dalton)
- September 4, 1941: The First American Ship to Fire on a German Ship in World War II (The Greer Incident)
- September 3, 1943: Allies Invade Mainland Europe (No, Not the Normandy Landings!)
- September 2, 1885: The Rock Springs Massacre (This Time Chinese are the Scapegoats)