No, I don't believe it I know a family that actually moved to the mountains and gave up all their possessions though when the last announcement for the end of the world was made, quit their job and everything, pretty crazy. I have no idea what happened to them afterwards
Please leave Harold Camping alone, and stop beating the dead horse. He already admitted that he was wrong. Of course he can't do the damage he did, but being sarcastic about him, is not going to help your situation.
Also December 2012 has been said to be an incorrect date or as I heard. So no.
I wasn't sarcasticly making fun of the guy. I'm simply saying that we all made light of his doomsday prediction back in May of last year. I'm sure you did too unless you were one of the poor saps who quit your job and spent your life savings on Camping's advertisement campaign.
no but i hope so, how cool would that be? on another note, what if "the end of the world" is a metaphor for, maybe not a literal end of the world, but maybe the end of the world as we know it. Maybe something so extraordinary is supposed to occur, a exemplar of our paradigm and we will experience a crisis stage, and transfer into a new paradigm, a new understanding of our world. But thats just a thought of mine. which i also hope to be true. haha.