This nutcase, Overseer Yisrayl Hawkins of the House of Yahweh (formerly country singer Buffalo Bill Hawkins), made the prediction that the world would end on Sept. 12, 2006, due to nuclear war. When that didn't happen, he started revising his predictions and talked about a "nuclear baby", whatever that is. He then stated that armageddon would occur today, so I hope you got all your shopping done.See, he runs a cult in Texas, and has dozens of wives, and has constructed some tired old wacko religion around a doomsday premise. His website, which I won't link to, has the typical insane rantings you'd expect from any cult leader.
It's funny, and silly, but the important thing to remember is that his crazed rantings and mystical theories are fundamentally no different than organized religion. The only difference between his House of Yahweh and the Catholic Church (or Islam or fundamentalist Evangelicals or any other mainstream religion) is that we're more used to the blatant absurdities and impossibilities they preach.
"A nuclear baby? 30 wives? That's crazy! OK, kids, time to go to mass and eat some wafers and drink some wine. Don't forget that God's will turns them into the body and blood of Christ! No, it's not gross. It's love!"