Apocalypse


Jerry Lembcke writes at CounterPunch: Writing for his October 25, 2013 New York Times column, Paul Krugman noted the attraction that apocalyptic scenarios had for American investors, policy makers, and economists. He…







Or this … or this … or this. Smithsonian Magazine profiles the apocalyptic visions of artist Ron Miller: Recently, Miller released a series of images that shows what our skyline would look like if…
















The best thing to come out of rumors that the world would end this past week? A former furniture maker, Liu Qiyuan of the small village of Qiantun became obsessed with the possibility of a Mayan calendar apocalypse and was driven to build what you see below for his family. The fiberglass pods cost $48,000 each to create and are equipped with oxygen, seat belts, food, and supplies allowing 14 people to survive inside for at least two months. I foresee a future in which we all float through life in these: