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The Armageddon will come on April 13, 2036
posted February 12 2011 22:26.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis




So... Let's see... Nostradamus said that the End Of the World would be in 1996. After this, everybody expected the EOW to be in the beginnings of 2000... Now the Aztec calendar ends in 2012 and we wait once more the EOW... And if still the world lives to see another day, pope Leo IX said clearly that the EOW will be in 2014. No matter what, we have a brand new doomsday: April 13, 2036. Russian astronomers warn about an asteroid, Apophis, traveling at 23,000mph and could crash the earth. Do not panic though. NASA gives odds of 250000 to 1...


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