New Date For World's End?

Posted: Oct 28 2015, 7:16am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 28 2015, 9:45pm CDT, in Rumors | Latest Science News

New Date for World's End?
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For many people, when the 13th of a month falls on a Friday, better known as Friday the 13th, some extra scary or dangerous things tend to happen to them. Usually you just see some people walking around with a black cat or breaking a mirror, but there is a new theory that might mean that this coming November 13, 2015 is going to be the scariest Friday the 13th ever.


Extra-terrestrial life is said to be circling the Earth in an object that has been identified as WF1190F. The Unidentified Flying Object, aka a UFO, is expected to hit the Indian Ocean around 6AM on the morning of November 13, 2015, according to The aliens on the UFO are said to be hostile and want to colonize Earth. There is no word on where these aliens come from or what they want other than to kill us, but people swear they exist.

The object was first spotted in early 2013, but it reappeared in October 2015. This is slightly strange because the object should have burned up in the Earth's atmosphere. It is 7 feet long according to the European Space Agency.

In the end, is this true? Probably not, but at least it will add a little perk to your Friday morning. Don't start selling off your earthly possessions and spending a ton of money, or your credit card bill will be the scariest thing you'll see that day.

In the end, it is likely a man-made object from an earlier space mission that broke free. It is expected to hit earth in the middle of November, but will probably land in the middle of the Indian Ocean without much fanfare.

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