Apocalyptic expectation.

That’s how the Center for Millennial Studies in Boston refers to the phenomenon of fear surrounding the end of the millennium. The thousand-year-old predictions of the arrival of the Antichrist have been digitized: Now the doomsayers see the end of the world by computer clock, a massive shutdown that could affect all of society as we have created it.

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