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Will the world end in 2022? Here are some predictions for our demise

WE may have survived all the ‘predictions’ of the Apocalypse and the Apocalypse in 2021 but it is likely that the plots will continue into 2022.

Some conspiracy theorists use ancient texts such as the Mayan Calendar or the predictions of the 16th-century French astrologer Nostradamus to support their mythical theories.

A new year means that Doomsday conspiracies are renewed

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Some have suggested that Nostradmus predicted the future with his book ‘Les Propheties’ written in 1555.

His poetic text predicts destruction caused by asteroids, global warming and even a technological takeover.

These have yet to cause the Apocalypse so they are often used by conspiracy theorists as ‘evidence’ for the doom to come.

Taking over artificial intelligence

Nostradamus wrote: “The moon in the night of the full moon on the top of the mountain / The new sage has a lonely mind / Invoked by his disciples to become immortal / Eyes to the south / Hands on chest, body in fire .”

Some people think that this mention of the immortal might refer to the robots we build ourselves.

With Elon Musk’s Tesla Bots set to launch this year, some are drawing parallels between this Doomsday prediction and AI humanoid bots.

A conspiracy theorist recently shared a link to a Tesla Bot article and tweeted: “Looks like some of Nostradamus’ predictions may come true.”

Global warming

Nostradamus also predicts that world temperatures will rise so much that fish will be “half cooked” in the sea.

That’s why you might see astronomers’ names mentioned in articles about warming ocean temperatures.

He also predicted floods, droughts and wildfires.

Meteor Attack

Nasa has always kept an eye on ‘closer’ asteroids but none of them are predicted to hit Earth in 2022.

Nostradamus predicts mass death from an asteroid strike at some point in the future.

It’s unclear when he thinks this will happen.

Mayan Calendar

When it comes to Doomsday conspiracy theories, the Mayan Calendar cannot be ignored.

Around December 21 every year there seems to be a mention of the apocalypse since the Mayan Calendar ends on that day.

After declaring the world would end on December 21, 2012 – when the Mayan calendar ran out – to no avail, conspirators now say the date has been miscalculated.

The year 2020 is filled with claims that the Mayans truly believed our world would disappear eight years later, on December 21st.

When that didn’t happen, it was suggested that the Mayans may have made a mistake in noting the end of the world.

Will the worlds end in 2022?

While no one can say for sure, it sounds like we’re gearing up for the Apocalypse in 2022.

The conspiracy theories and predictions you may see throughout the year are just theories and should always be taken as a bit of salt.

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Mercedes-Benz has finally revealed its Vision EQXX electric car.

It’s time to say Bye bye BlackBerry phone as the company pulled the plug on its once wildly popular handsets.

And a Android Urgent Alert reached millions of users after malicious apps were discovered in the Samsung app store.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/17245612/will-the-world-end-in-2022-predicitons/ Will the world end in 2022? Here are some predictions for our demise

Caroline Bleakley

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