21 May 2011 is the day the world will end— at least according to Harold Camping, leader of a California-based religious network who visited Manila recently to predict the dreaded day.
Will doomsday come sooner than 2012? Catch the full story about Camping and his disciples’ intrepid prediction about the said apocalyptic prophecy in “ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs Special Report” entitled “Gunaw” this Saturday (May 21).
ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs examines these possibilities and consults with scientists, astronomers, climate change proponents, and military experts on the possibility of humans facing extinction should any of these catastrophic events happen.
The special documentary will depict the terrifying scenarios that outline how the earth could end. With all the chaos happening around the world like the uprising in the Middle East, earthquake and tsunami in Japan, tornado and flooding in different parts of the world, is the world ending soon?
Watch this special report on Saturday 4PM, 21 May 2011, the very day Camping said the world will end.
Meanwhile, Ted Failon will investigate the anomalous race track in Clark Speedway that killed a 22-year-old four-time national superbike champion Maico Buncio and tries to give justice to the death of a six-year-old girl who just went to the carnival with his grandfather’s beer buddy.
“Failon Ngayon” follows after “ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs Special Report: Gunaw” this Saturday, 4:45pm on ABS-CBN.
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