False Predictions for the End of the World and Second Coming

Here is a list of false predictions for the end of the world and Jesus' "second coming," along with those who made them. The dates below correspond to the dates they predicted would be the end of the world and the second coming:

Hilary of Poitiers 365 AD
Saint Martin of Tours: 375 to 400 AD
Sextus Julius Africanus: 500 AD
Gerard of Poehlde: 1147 AD
John of Toledo: 1179 AD
Joachim of Fiore: 1205 AD
Pope Innocent III: 1284 AD
Melchior Hoffman: 1533 AD
Benjamin Keach (Baptist): 1689 AD
William Whitson: 1736 AD
The Shakers (Ann Lee): 1792 AD
Charles Wesley (Methodist): 1794 AD
Margaret McDonald: 1830 AD
Joseph Smith (Mormon): 1832 and 1891 AD
William Miller (Millerites): 1843 and 1844 AD
Ellen White (Seven Day Adventists): 1850, 1856 and "early 1900s" AD
Mother Shipton: 1881 AD
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses): 1914, 1915, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1941, 1975, 1994 and other dates more recent.
Many ecclesiastical teachers also predicted the end of the world at 2000, as well as 2012 and several dates in between.

These are just a few of the more popular false predictions. Are we to trust current predictions?