Hell's Population Clock

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WebersHome

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According to Jesus Christ's testimony as an expert witness in all matters
pertaining to the afterlife; most of the world's responsible souls haven't been
making it to safety when they cross over to the other side.

†. Luke 13:22-24 . . And he went through the cities and villages, teaching,
and journeying toward Jerusalem. Then said one unto him, master, are there
few that be saved? And he said unto them: Strive to enter in at the strait
gate: for many, I say unto you, will seek to enter in, and shall not be able.

†. Matt 7:13-14 . . Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and
broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But
small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find
it.

†. Matt 22:14 . . For many are called, but few are chosen.

Webster's defines "many" as consisting of, or amounting to, a large but
indefinite number; while "few" is defined as consisting of, or amounting to,
only a small number; viz: relative to many then, few is the lesser. Bear with
me while I flesh this out.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the resident population of the United
States, projected to 12/10/14 at 03:35 pm New York time, was
approximately 319,408,600 with a death rate of approximately one every 12
seconds; which translates to an average of 7,200 American deaths of all
ages, races, and genders during just one 24-hour calendar day.

According to 2009 US Census data; roughly 27.3% of America's daily deaths
are under the age of 19, which would indicate that approximately 5,089 of
the current daily death rate of 7,200 per 24 hours are adults. Giving the
"many" the benefit of the doubt by limiting their maximum percentage to
51%, would indicate a minimum of 2,595 American adults transferring to
perdition every day: which translates to roughly 108 per hour.

That's a very conservative estimate as the Lord didn't really specify exact
percentages to represent the quantities of "few" and "many". But just think:
by the time CBS completes its half-hour evening news report, a bare-bones
minimum of 54 Americans become new arrivals in the fiery sector of the
netherworld.

Using the ratio of 2,595 condemned souls per 319,408,600 population:
computing the number of condemned souls worldwide from a currently
estimated global population of 7,210,485,300 people, would suggest
something like 58,581 new arrivals in the fiery sector of the netherworld
every 24 hours; which translates to 2,441 souls every sixty minutes on the
clock.

That rate would fill the 51,800 seats of the new Yankee Stadium to capacity
in roughly 21 hours and 13 minutes. In other words: if the world's daily
number of condemned souls started filing into the stadium at 06:00 am this
morning, then by 03:13 am tomorrow, the stadium would be full to capacity.

Christmas and New Year's are even worse. A study done of 26 years of
death certificates shows that coronary fatalities are, on average, 11.9%
higher on those days than any other days of the year; with non-heart deaths
spiking to 12.2% higher; and believe me folks, hell never closes; no, not at
all: it's open for business 24/7/365 nonstop and indifferent to global
warming, Wall Street crashes, massive layoffs, high school shootings,
terrorism, tsunamis, earthquakes, nuclear meltdowns, air, water, and soil
pollution, freeway pile-ups, brown-outs, threatened species, gasoline prices,
student debt, GMO, trade deficits, Federal debt, factory recalls,
overpopulation, desertification, genocides, revolutions, civil wars, acid rain,
road rage, conscious decoupling, ISIS, gay marriage, the crisis in Ukraine,
Obamacare, blood diamonds, fracking, twerking, Oprah's millions, and
Letterman's retirement.

If the Lord is a credible witness; then it's apparent that souls never stop
cascading into the pits of hell in an endless procession like the unbelievable
millions of poultry broilers passing annually through Tyson chicken
processing plants on their way to Wendy's, McDonalds, Carl's Junior, Jack in
the Box, Burger King, In-n-Out Burger, KFC, A&W, Arby's, Dairy Queen,
Taco Bell, et al; and to supermarkets and restaurants all over the USA and
wherever else Tyson vends its meats. The slaughtering, the butchering, the
packaging, and the shipping never stop.

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dcontroversal

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And lest we forget.....

1. Hell hath enlarged itself without measure
2. Hell moves to meet thee at thy coming
 

AnnaBou

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Don't know what it means but it made me laugh ;)
 

Reborn

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Wow.
Interesting thought. I can see many bashing on how negative this idea is though?
......next time can you give us a few numbers though, to maybe support your theory? ;);)
 

tourist

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According to Jesus Christ's testimony as an expert witness in all matters
pertaining to the afterlife; most of the world's responsible souls haven't been
making it to safety when they cross over to the other side.

†. Luke 13:22-24 . . And he went through the cities and villages, teaching,
and journeying toward Jerusalem. Then said one unto him, master, are there
few that be saved? And he said unto them: Strive to enter in at the strait
gate: for many, I say unto you, will seek to enter in, and shall not be able.

†. Matt 7:13-14 . . Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and
broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But
small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find
it.

†. Matt 22:14 . . For many are called, but few are chosen.

Webster's defines "many" as consisting of, or amounting to, a large but
indefinite number; while "few" is defined as consisting of, or amounting to,
only a small number; viz: relative to many then, few is the lesser. Bear with
me while I flesh this out.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the resident population of the United
States, projected to 12/10/14 at 03:35 pm New York time, was
approximately 319,408,600 with a death rate of approximately one every 12
seconds; which translates to an average of 7,200 American deaths of all
ages, races, and genders during just one 24-hour calendar day.

According to 2009 US Census data; roughly 27.3% of America's daily deaths
are under the age of 19, which would indicate that approximately 5,089 of
the current daily death rate of 7,200 per 24 hours are adults. Giving the
"many" the benefit of the doubt by limiting their maximum percentage to
51%, would indicate a minimum of 2,595 American adults transferring to
perdition every day: which translates to roughly 108 per hour.

That's a very conservative estimate as the Lord didn't really specify exact
percentages to represent the quantities of "few" and "many". But just think:
by the time CBS completes its half-hour evening news report, a bare-bones
minimum of 54 Americans become new arrivals in the fiery sector of the
netherworld.

Using the ratio of 2,595 condemned souls per 319,408,600 population:
computing the number of condemned souls worldwide from a currently
estimated global population of 7,210,485,300 people, would suggest
something like 58,581 new arrivals in the fiery sector of the netherworld
every 24 hours; which translates to 2,441 souls every sixty minutes on the
clock.

That rate would fill the 51,800 seats of the new Yankee Stadium to capacity
in roughly 21 hours and 13 minutes. In other words: if the world's daily
number of condemned souls started filing into the stadium at 06:00 am this
morning, then by 03:13 am tomorrow, the stadium would be full to capacity.

Christmas and New Year's are even worse. A study done of 26 years of
death certificates shows that coronary fatalities are, on average, 11.9%
higher on those days than any other days of the year; with non-heart deaths
spiking to 12.2% higher; and believe me folks, hell never closes; no, not at
all: it's open for business 24/7/365 nonstop and indifferent to global
warming, Wall Street crashes, massive layoffs, high school shootings,
terrorism, tsunamis, earthquakes, nuclear meltdowns, air, water, and soil
pollution, freeway pile-ups, brown-outs, threatened species, gasoline prices,
student debt, GMO, trade deficits, Federal debt, factory recalls,
overpopulation, desertification, genocides, revolutions, civil wars, acid rain,
road rage, conscious decoupling, ISIS, gay marriage, the crisis in Ukraine,
Obamacare, blood diamonds, fracking, twerking, Oprah's millions, and
Letterman's retirement.

If the Lord is a credible witness; then it's apparent that souls never stop
cascading into the pits of hell in an endless procession like the unbelievable
millions of poultry broilers passing annually through Tyson chicken
processing plants on their way to Wendy's, McDonalds, Carl's Junior, Jack in
the Box, Burger King, In-n-Out Burger, KFC, A&W, Arby's, Dairy Queen,
Taco Bell, et al; and to supermarkets and restaurants all over the USA and
wherever else Tyson vends its meats. The slaughtering, the butchering, the
packaging, and the shipping never stop.

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This is actually a good piece of work on your part with these statistics. Fracking the elderly never stops either.
 
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psychomom

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yeah, i don't like fast food, either.

wait...is that what we're talking about?
:confused:
 

WebersHome

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Pop Clock Update

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†. Matt 13:42 . . there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.

I was baptized an infant into the Roman Catholic Church; and was eventually
enrolled in catechism where I completed First Holy Communion and
Confirmation. Although catechism did a good job of instilling within me the
reality of hell's eternal fires; it wasn't until I saw a painting by Gustave Doré
depicting a scene from Dante Alighieri's Inferno that I realized the degree of
despair gripping the minds and hearts of people in hell.

People down there know it's permanent; that's what makes hell so much
worse than any other source of misery one can possibly imagine. If only they
could see a light at the end of the tunnel; but that's just it: there is no end
of the tunnel; it loops, like a donut within which they just go round and
around and around. They say hope springs eternal in the human heart. Well;
not down there. No; down there hope is futile. The fires are bad enough; but
it's the permanence of hell that I would imagine hurts the most.

Pop Clock Update: 3 days have elapsed since beginning the thread. If the
figures in post #1 are within reason, then something like 175,743 new
arrivals have checked into the fiery sector of hades since December 10,
2014.

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See I don't like this kind of stuff...the Phelp's cult has one of these "clocks" on their webpages.
 

biscuit

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Have always stated that the Church en route to heaven will be very small.
 

TaylorTG

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You have nerve, posting this. Not very encouraging. Abandon these meaningless calculations. You will only provide further evidence for Christians being bigoted.
 

WebersHome

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You have nerve, posting this. Not very encouraging. Abandon these
meaningless calculations. You will only provide further evidence for
Christians being bigoted.
Heaven is sometimes depicted as the peak of a high mountain; with many
roads around the base of the mountain leading toward the top. Only one of
those roads will take you up there. All the others are dead ends, loops, and
cul-de-sacs.

Hell is depicted as a large open pit, deep and wide, with many roads
around the periphery of the pit leading toward the bottom. Every one of
those roads will take you down there.

Christianity bigoted? Yes; of course: very much so; and God forbid I should
apologize for it.

†. Matt 7:13-14 . . Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and
broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But
small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find
it.

†. John 14:6 . . Jesus said to him: I am the way, no one comes to the
Father, but through me.

According to Christ's testimony as an expert witness in all matters pertaining
to heaven and hell; people who disbelieve that he's the road to the top are
already condemned-- no delay and no waiting period.

†. John 3:18 . . Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever
disbelieves stands condemned already

John the Baptist preached the very same thing.

†. John 3:36 . . He who believes in the Son has everlasting life; and he who
disbelieves the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God abides on him.

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WebersHome

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I sometimes wish there were tour buses to hell so people could see what's in
store for them down there; and not only the degree of suffering that people
can expect in the next life, but also hell's impact upon the human mind.

People have been filtering into perdition not only since the time of Christ,
but since before the Step Pyramid of Djoser, and even before the Flood. I
won't speculate how many years that might be, but mankind is thought by
some to have achieved full behavioral modernity something like 50,000
years ago. Whether that extends clear on back to Adam and Eve I have no
clue; but just think: if it does, then Cain and others from his era have been
down in the netherworld all this time.

It's difficult for the human mind to appreciate 50,000 years. I've been on the
Earth for just 70, and I've noticed that my childhood is so far in the past to
me now as to seem more like a fantasy than a memory. But you know;
when you're talking about eternity, 50,000 years isn't even a drop in the
bucket. If it were a drop in the bucket, it would be a bucket with no bottom;
which is roughly akin to the futility of a gnat attempting to drink up the
Atlantic ocean. It would also be akin to a Forrest Gumpster trying to fill a
sieve with water from a tap.

But just think: time stands still in hell: it's for the now; it's an existence.
People who arrived there yesterday didn't begin doing time in jail like
Lindsay Lohan expecting to get out some day; nor is perdition a temporary
tour of duty like shipping out to Afghanistan. No, people in hell are in it as
perpetual residents; they're in a rut.

They go year, after year, after year, after year, with no relief from the pain
and discomfort: no vacations, no recreation, no reading materials, and no
hobbies-- there's absolutely nothing to do but reminisce and writhe in fire.
The mental atrophy, and the boredom that must result from that kind of
mindless existence is beyond estimation.

In life, everybody enjoys God's blessings; even the really bad people. We're
all breathing fresh air, basking in sunshine, drinking cool water, savoring
tasty foods, listening to birds chirp, star gazing at night, throwing snow balls
at each other in winter, river rafting, fishing, snow skiing, tending gardens,
pruning shrubs, greeting friends during the holidays, spending days with
grandkids; and all that sort of thing. In the Bible's hell, there are no
blessings of any kind at all: only perpetual sadness, vexation, despair, and
want.

In hell's unruly society; it's reasonable to expect quarrels, bickering, hard
feelings, vendettas, rivalry, selfishness, insensitivity, irritation, aggravation,
and ugly words exchanged between people. Is there really any good reason
to be courteous and/or respect your fellow man's human rights in the Bible's
hell; or to be kind, forgiving, affable, genial, courteous, cordial, charitable,
altruistic, tolerant, generous, and patient? I was once discussing the
netherworld with a co-worker and he remarked: "Hell won't be so bad; I'll
have plenty of friends down there". No he won't.

And the din: think of the volume of noise down there with all the wailing and
sobbing, and the screams, shrieks, yelps, howls, and gnashing teeth.
Conditions are really bad, and everyone is sad, blue, and lonely. After a few
years of the conditions I'm describing, I should think most folks break, and
go mad from the stress.

But just imagine bringing with you a craving for tobacco with none available.
Or longing for a cocktail with no liquor in sight. A desire for music, with no
way to produce it. A skill for writing, with no pen and paper. Yearning for a
walk out in nature, with no world to do it in.

People in the Bible's hell will never again smell a sea breeze, sit in the shade
of a tree, take deep breaths of mountain-fresh air, play at sports, hear a bird
chirp, see a sunset, watch a lunar eclipse, jog in the park, strum a guitar,
enjoy a Christmas dinner with loved ones; nor make little pigs of themselves
gobbling barbecued spare ribs and corn on the 4th of July.

Sports and recreation are gone: no more World Series, no more Super Bowl,
no more Olympics, no more Las Vegas, no more Indian casinos, no more
lottery, no more Lego World, no more Sea World, no more NASCAR, no more
golf, no more surfing, et al.

No baths, no showers, no sleep, no TV, no radio, no iPods, no iPhones, no
iPads, no computers, no Twitter, no texting, no FaceBook, no YouTube, no
MySpace, no internet, no clean sheets, no breakfast, no lunch, and no
dinner. No snacks, no gum, no candy, no flowers, no parks, no rivers, no
snow, no seasons, no picnics, no malls, no fast food, no trades, no careers,
no trendy fashions, no jewelry, no cosmetics, no concerts, no operas, and no
hobbies; absolutely nothing of this world that brings people the pleasures
and the satisfactions of just being alive.

No pets are allowed in the Bible's hell and no flowers or vegetation of any
kind. The absence of birds, fish, and animals of course precludes the citizens
of hell ever again spending a day at the zoo. The one advantage of the lack
of pets and vegetation in hell is the absence of fleas and allergies. I suppose
you could say that's at least one good thing about it. There's a bright side to
everything I guess; even to that place.

Pop Clock Update: 6 days have elapsed since beginning the thread. If the
figures in post #1 are within reason, then something like 333,486 new
arrivals have checked into the fiery sector of hades since December 10,
2014.

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john832

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Here we go again. Hell is not burning presently.
 
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Christianity bigoted? Yes; of course: very much so; and God forbid I should
apologize for it.


So when Christ said "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."

This statement is not a spiritual truth from God but a 'bigoted' opinion (lie) of Christ?
 

Nicee

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Billions and billions of people in hell, and only few thousands or millions in heaven. Satan isn't even trying. I guess he don't have to seen we are sending ourselves there. He gets bored of see people dropping down that he sometimes decided to come up and get some food n drink n too see if there are anything entertaining going on on Earth.
 

WebersHome

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So when Christ said "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh
unto the Father, but by me" This statement is not a spiritual truth from God
but a 'bigoted' opinion (lie) of Christ?
Webster's defines a bigot as: a person obstinately, and/or intolerantly,
devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices. In other words, a bigot is
somebody who is absolutely certain that no one else's opinions but their own
can possibly be right.

The bigotry about which I speak is actually God's rather than Christ's seeing
as how Jesus spoke for the one who sent him rather than for himself.

†. John 3:34 . . For he is sent by God. He speaks God's words, for God's
Spirit is upon him without measure or limit

†. John 8:26 . . He that sent me is true; and I speak to the world those
things which I have heard of Him.

†. John 8:28 . . I do nothing on my own initiative, but I speak these things
as the Father taught Me.

†. John 12:49 . . I have not spoken of myself; but the Father which sent me,
he gave me a commandment, what I should say, and what I should speak.

†. John 14:24 . .The word which you hear is not mine, but the Father's who
sent me.

In other words: Jesus Christ was micromanaged.

I would also go so far as to say that God is not only bigoted but also
conceited because one of Webster's definitions of conceit is excessive
appreciation of one's own worth or virtue.

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john832

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Billions and billions of people in hell, and only few thousands or millions in heaven. Satan isn't even trying. I guess he don't have to seen we are sending ourselves there. He gets bored of see people dropping down that he sometimes decided to come up and get some food n drink n too see if there are anything entertaining going on on Earth.
No one is in hell at the moment. Hell is not burning currently. It burns AFTER the Millennium and the Last Great Day.
 
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Webster's defines a bigot as: a person obstinately, and/or intolerantly,
devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices. In other words, a bigot is
somebody who is absolutely certain that no one else's opinions but their own
can possibly be right.

The bigotry about which I speak is actually God's rather than Christ's seeing
as how Jesus spoke for the one who sent him rather than for himself.

†. John 3:34 . . For he is sent by God. He speaks God's words, for God's
Spirit is upon him without measure or limit

†. John 8:26 . . He that sent me is true; and I speak to the world those
things which I have heard of Him.

†. John 8:28 . . I do nothing on my own initiative, but I speak these things
as the Father taught Me.

†. John 12:49 . . I have not spoken of myself; but the Father which sent me,
he gave me a commandment, what I should say, and what I should speak.

†. John 14:24 . .The word which you hear is not mine, but the Father's who
sent me.

In other words: Jesus Christ was micromanaged.

I would also go so far as to say that God is not only bigoted but also
conceited because one of Webster's definitions of conceit is excessive
appreciation of one's own worth or virtue.

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God bigoted?

God did not have to save mankind but because of His grace he gave man a way to be saved through Christ.

Since it's God's grace that allows man to be saved then isn't God allowed to decide HOW man will be saved? And if God decided salvation is through Christ how can that be bigoted? It may not fit YOUR way of how YOU THINK man should be saved but you're not saving mankind. So how can you judge God for not doing like you think He should? It seems you label God "bigoted" based upon your prejudice.

If you were God and had the ability to save mankind, wouldn't you then have the right to choose how mankind would be saved?
How would you choose to have men saved?
 
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Seriously...stop updating your sickening "clock". You are no better than the Westboro Cult when you post that stuff.
 

dcontroversal

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Seriously...stop updating your sickening "clock". You are no better than the Westboro Cult when you post that stuff.
Thomas that is a pretty big accusation to make...the realities of hell and people pouring into it is a current reality....the bible speaks of hell moving to meet thee at thy coming and being enlarged without measure......what the Westboro people did was contrary...but to bring to light the realities of hell is biblical.....and just because Catholics believe in a non-existent place called purgatory does not alleviate the realities of hell.