5 Doomsday Predictions Beyond 2012!.
Salt Lake City professor Lloyd Cunningham and a team of students had recently been excavating the site when they came across a time capsule, inside which was a prediction that in 2016, a biological weapon would spread out of control and destroy all human life.
Origins aside, this is probably one of the most feasible apocalypse predictions, since the human body is incredibly susceptible to biological pathogens. But there’s still no reason to expect it in 2016 specifically. It could happen right now.
See, the real length of a Biblical generation was around 70 years, which puts the second coming right around 2018.
(3) – The Quran Code 2280 AD:
Numerology is one of the most commonly used techniques when it comes to predicting future events. It’s the belief that numbers often correlate to specific divine events, and that the repetition or extrapolation of those numbers can be used to figure out what’s going to happen in the future.
One of the most popular examples of numerology is the Quran Code, which purports that there’s a hidden code in the Quran based on the number 19. This theory, which is now a full-blown religious sect, was started in 1968 by Rashad Khalifa, who believed that he was a direct messenger of God and had conversations with the Archangel Gabriel.
After feeding the Quran’s text into a computer, he realized that all of the names for God appeared in multiples of 19 times throughout the book. For example, the word “Allah,” which means God, appears in the Quran 2698 times, which is 19×142.
Through this system, he was able to translate the entire hidden “code,” and came to the conclusions that the end of the world will be in 2280 AD (19×120). Sounds legit to us.
(2) – The Earth is Swallowed by the Sun 7.6 Billion Years:
Mystical numbers, robot overlords, the return of divine bearded men – depending on who you talk to, it’s all a bunch of hogwash. But if there’s one thing we do know, it’s that our sun is constantly getting bigger, and in about 7.6 billion years it will reach red giant status.
What actually happens to us at that point is still a matter of speculation. Some people say that although the sun will expand until it’s larger than earth’s current orbit, it will simultaneously lose mass, reducing its gravitational pull and allowing our planet to just keep drifting further away.
Other people, however – such as astronomer Klaus-Peter Schroder – contend that reduced mass on the sun will lead to what he calls tidal bulges on the solar surface, which will have the effect of actually pulling the earth closer. Either way, it’s a scientific probability that the sun will eventually obliterate the earth – even if none of us are still around to see it.
TOP (1) – The Heat Death of the Universe 10×100 Years:
Here’s the big one: the ultimate destruction of the universe, slated to happen sometime in about 10 to the power of 100 years (that’s 1 followed by 100 zeroes).
According to the second law of thermodynamics, a system is constantly moving towards thermodynamic equilibrium – ice in a glass of water, for instance, melts to become closer to the surrounding temperature of the room.
The Heat Death of the Universe theory states that eventually the universe will reach a state of equilibrium, and this lack of thermodynamic free energy will put a stop to all the processes of the universe. Life will simply cease to exist. But in the meantime, at least – don’t let your guard down.
THE WORLD’S ENDING “THE END”.