If there's anything that you've simply been dying to do or see, you'd best get it done soon.
According to conspiracy theorist David Meade, our planet will cease to exist as we know it in September 2017.
Meade's bizarre and unfounded theory claims that immediately after the upcoming total solar eclipse on August 21, the mythical planet Nibiru, or Planet X, will appear on the horizon and begin it's month-long collision course with Earth, arriving in late September to actually end the world.
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If you're all brushed up on your space conspiracy theories, you've probably, at the very least, heard about Nibiru before.
Rumors of the mysterious body, whizzing through our solar system with an oblong orbit that coincidentally keeps it hidden from scientists' view, have been floating around the internet for years.
Wild theories about the nonexistent planetary body have, in fact, become so prevalent that NASA even addressed them in a statement, calling them a blatant "internet hoax."
"There is no factual basis for these claims," the agency wrote. "If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with the Earth in 2012, astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye. Obviously, it does not exist."
And yes, we are inclined to believe them.
But despite all scientific evidence that says otherwise, Meade is still convinced Planet X will finally collide with the Earth on September 23, bringing with it the mother of all apocalyptic cataclysms.
Sounds legit, right?
And yet, here we all are, still kickin'.
(h/t Daily Mail)
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