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Could 2036 be the end of the world?

Scientists have predicted an asteroid (Apophis “The Killer Asteroid”) to hit Earth and destroy all mankind by the date of April 13, 2036.
This video is a short clip of scenes which depict scenarios of the happenings that might take place on April 13, 2036. The asteroid will come very close to the Earth in 2029, but miss. That close encounter will trigger a collision in 2036.

If this is true, the end of the world is nearing. They say that we could be experiencing the apocalypse right now and the asteroid Apophis (that will end all mankind) is one of it’s seven signs.
Could 2036 really be the end of the world?


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  1. It’s almost certain that a large asteroid will hit Earth and possibly end the world as we know it. But we don’t know when this might happen. It happened 65 million years ago and killed the dinosaurs. It could happen again next year, in 10 years, 1,000 years. We don’t know.

  2. and they say the same thing about freaking 2012. WE DONT KNOW WHEN THE WORLD WILL END, ALL THE PREDICTIONS ARE A M-Y-T-H

  3. As mentioned to someone else about 2012 –
    Your far more likely to get ran over by a car when crossing a sidewalk or choking on a piece of food then you would be getting bumped off by an asteroid.
    For a way fun exercise, try out the “Earth Impact Effects Calculator”.
    It takes a lot to wipe out a planet.
    http://www.lpl.arizona.edu/impacteffects/

  4. Apophis is “The Killer Asteroid”?
    the damn thing is only 200 meter in diameter.
    Ceres is 600 miles wide.
    Its not gonna hit us either, but at least if it did it would leave a mark.

  5. Your information is old.
    “99942 Apophis (pronounced /əˈpÉ’fɪs/, previously known by its provisional designation 2004 MN4) is a near-Earth asteroid that caused a brief period of concern in December 2004 because initial observations indicated a significant probability (up to 2.7%) that it would strike the Earth in 2029. Additional observations provided improved predictions that eliminated the possibility of an impact on Earth or the Moon in 2029.”

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