I see that another group is predicting that the "end of the world" is coming. Yes, they specifically believe that on May 21, 2011 Jesus Christ will "return to Earth" and usher in Judgement Day and the end of the Earth.
This kind of thing happens every year, and it's not necessarily tied to the Christian religion. After all, there are many ways the world could "end" and they don't all have to be via Jesus Judgement Day. But that's the most popular one year-in and year-out.
Anyway, my big plan for proving these nuts wrong is...
...to do nothing.
That's right. I'll prove these religous fanatics that they are wrong about the end of the world and Judgement Day coming on May 21 by simply not doing or saying anything...and when the sun rises and we all get through that day and the clock strikes midnight signaling the start of May 22, we'll all know that the prediction of the end of the world was false. Again.
And we can then look forward to the Christian nuts who will use the same Biblical text they predicated their prediction on to either a) justify why they were wrong, or b) come up with a new date for when it all comes to an end.