Harold Camping lets out a hearty chuckle when he considers the people who believe the world will end in 2012.
"That date has not one stitch of biblical authority," Camping says from the Oakland office where he runs Family Radio, an evangelical station that reaches listeners around the world. "It's like a fairy tale."
The real date for the end of times, he says, is in 2011.
For years, it has been described as the Holy Grail of female sexual pleasure.
But for many women and their partners, the quest to find the so-called G-spot has ended in frustration.
Now new research suggests this elusive, erogenous zone supposed to be located on the front vaginal wall, may not exist.