If you’ve seen this year’s ultra-mega disaster film “2012″ you already know that the “crazy” end-of-the-world conspiracist played by Woody Harrelson meets his end as a supervolcano’s fireball swallows him whole.
If you haven’t, well… now you know.
But anybody can die. It’s how Harrelson’s character dies that gives us a foreshadowing of our own fate in such a disaster.
Harrelson plays Charlie Frost, a loony who runs a homemade radio station from the back of his RV. With a portable broadcasting unit strapped on his back, he climbs a mountain peak to describe his destruction first-hand to anyone who might be listening.
And then the signal dies. Continue reading ‘Liveblogging the end of the world: citizen journalism may kill us all’