here we go again.

Harold Camping, the man who declared to planet, that the world will end on May 21st, has refused to accept that he failed to predict correctly – if ‘predict’ is even the right term to use.

Camping is now claiming that the world will indefinetly end in October.

According to The New York Times, Camping confessed that he was “stunned” when the rapture didn’t take place last Saturday.

“In my mind, I went back through all of the promises God has made, all of the proofs, all of the signs and everything was fitting perfectly, so what in the world happened? I really was praying and praying and praying, oh Lord, what happened?” Camping explained to the Times.

Apparently, Camping has now decided that, instead of one 5 months of torture and destruction given from God, there will be just one day of chaos in October, to end all life.

Though some people are not choosing to take Campings “warnings” seriously, concerns that believers may do themselves harm, to escape the proposed apocalypse, are now being raised.

However, when suggested that he will not need his organisation by an interviewer, if the world were to end, Camping did announce that he will not be closing his company down, in preparation for the new doomsday date. Yes, Harold, what a convincing argument you have.