Newton predicted world would end in 2060

2014-01-21T00:00:00Z 2014-01-21T17:10:15Z Newton predicted world would end in 2060 nwitimes.com
January 21, 2014 12:00 am

The way people are living and committing so much crime, corruption, adultery, rape and murder today, one would think our Lord God would have destroyed this planet long ago. We have more evil, wickedness and wars now than in Noah's day.

In the last 10,000 years, there hasn't been a single year where people weren't killing each other. If the people are worrying about when the end is coming, here it is.

Isaac Newton was a great man and one of the most intelligent and brightest mathematicians ever. Newton discovered gravity, calculus and optics, where there is no such thing as a white light. He improved the telescope by replacing the glass with a mirror. Newton also studied the Bible vigorously for 30 years and predicted civilization began in 980 BC and the world would come to an end before 2060.

If Newton is correct, we should have another half century of people and animals suffering at the hands of our incompetent government.

- Richard Kajganich, Lake Village

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