The world ended today. Or not.

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The world came to an end today.

Millions of people worldwide probably wished they were informed of this before they went to work this morning.

David Meade, a man who called himself a “Christian numerologist,” made the prediction a month or so ago. It’s based, he says, on the fact that the planet Niribu is approaching Earth. Also the sun, moon and Jupiter will line up in the Virgo constellation, something that supposedly portends bad things for Earth today.

However, according to astronomers, the sun, moon and Jupiter won’t be in Virgo today.

And scientists say a planet Niribu as Meade describes doesn’t exist. There’s nothing near the Earth’s orbit that matches such a planet.

But wait — a few days ago, Meade said that he didn’t really say the world would end April 23. Actually, it will happen some time between May and the end of the year, he “clarified.”

And yes, Meade says, Planet Niribu is real and closing in on us.

Meade is the person who predicted the end of the world on Sept. 23, 2017 and Oct. 15, 2017.

To learn more about Meade’s predictions and the elements of the predictions that have been debunked, go here, here and here.

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