The end of the world is said to be coming Saturday, but it's up to you whether or not to prepare for doomsday.
According to the Washington Post, David Meade, a Christian numerologist and self-described “researcher,” claims doomsday is coming September 23rd because the Bible’s Book of Revelation describes the 23rd as the day a series of catastrophic events begin. And as a result of those events, “a major part of the world will not be the same.”
Meade believes the great change in the world will come after the arrival of a mythical planet called Nibiru, which is said to be heading toward Earth.
A video published by a known evangelical Christian publication explains the fate that is to come. The video has been viewed over 3 million times — leaving lots of people questioning whether Meade's claim is real or not.
NASA’s senior scientist David Morrison debunked the apocalyptic claim. The planet is famous in conspiracy circles, he said, but NASA astronomers said it doesn’t exist.
Morrison said if it did exist, we would have seen it by now.
So despite multiple conspiracy theories over the years, NASA said Nibiru still does not exist, and it is not heading toward Earth.