If you've Googled some terrifying things in the past week, you're not alone.
Data from Google Trends shows that President Trump's recent military actions have instilled fear and curiosity throughout the world, sparking a giant spike in online searches for the term — you guessed it — "World War III."
According to the data, searches for World War III reached peak popularity on Google on April 7, the day after Trump ordered a missile strike on a Syrian airfield in response to a chemical weapons attack that killed at least 70 civilians.
As you can see from the results over the past 30 days, though the searches spiked the day after the strike, they've remained relatively high in the days following, showing a lingering confusion as to whether or not Trump plans on waging a war. Or, you know, if our own impending doom is upon us.
Widening the search parameters to January shows that this is the first time the search has spiked during Trump's presidency. But considering the U.S. just dropped a bomb so powerful it was infamously nicknamed the "mother of all bombs" in Afghanistan on Thursday, reportedly killing 36 ISIS fighters, it might not be the last.
Over the past five years, the "World War III" search only spiked in popularity one other time, following the Paris terror attacks that took place in November 2015.
Though people across the world are clearly curious about the status of war in the world today, fluctuating trend projections of questions like, "What is happening?" and "Is Trump an idiot?" show the world has been consistently confused since Trump took office.
This is fine.