`Isn’t life a bitch? The world is going to end. You don’t even have to be a religious fundamentalist to see that’s true.
Some people collect postal stamps; Exit Mundi collects scenarios of what could go wrong with the world. Sure, our planet could get hit by an asteroid. But hey, that’s nothing. Did you know we could all be munched away by hungry molecules? Or that our physicists could unintentionally wipe us all out while tinkering with particles? `Oops, sorry…’
Exit Mundi isn’t in it for doom preaching, but strictly for fun. It’s a fascinating thought: if that &*%#-comet didn’t wipe out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, we wouldn’t be here pondering about apocalypses and armageddons in the first place. The dinosaurs roamed our planet millions of years longer than we did. If it wasn’t for the comet, they still would.
That’s why this site is a tribute to floods, quantum explosions and awfully big chunks of space rock falling out of the sky. If there’s a lesson to be learnt, it should be that within every end looms the dawn of a new beginning.
Sounds good, doesn’t it?’