The world is ending soon. You don’t have to believe me, but you should know that this time it’s actually true. Scientists have discovered that the Earth is about to collide with a giant asteroid, and there’s nothing we can do about it. But what does this mean for you? How will you know when the world ends? And what will happen once everything is over? I’ve got all the answers!
What is the end of the world about?
The end of the world is a common theme in many religions, science fiction and literature. It’s a popular topic in films, too. We see it in video games and other fictional media on a regular basis—in fact, we’re so accustomed to hearing about it that it seems like it would be impossible for something like this not to happen someday.
The concept of an apocalyptic event has been around for as long as humans have been here. That’s why this question isn’t something that we can answer by simply looking at history: if you’re asking yourself when will the world end? then chances are pretty good that you’ll be dead before we get there anyway!
But just because someone else already asked doesn’t mean their research wasn’t useful; on the contrary! There’s no harm in reading what others have said about similar topics before tackling one yourself (as long as you don’t plagiarize).
What to do if the world ends?
Here are some things you should do in the event of the world ending:
- Don’t panic! Maybe it’s inevitable, but don’t let that fear consume you. You have time to think, time to prepare.
- Don’t be afraid. If we’re all doomed anyway, what’s there to be afraid of?
- Don’t be sad or angry or jealous or greedy or selfish or lazy…
What is the end world called?
The end of the world, as we know it. The apocalypse. The final days before an all-encompassing cataclysmic event that will bring about the end of humanity’s reign on Earth and usher in something else—the beginning of a new society, perhaps, or even a new planet altogether.
It’s a concept that’s been around for centuries—for millennia—and one that has taken many forms: There is no single definition for what constitutes “the end,” but rather several different images all involving some kind of great disaster, be it natural or manmade in nature; these events are often associated with angels and demons (or even aliens). In addition to being used as religious terms describing Armageddon or Revelation (the last book in both the Bible and Koran), apocalypses have been used by nonreligious writers like Cormac McCarthy in novels such as Blood Meridian (1985) and The Road (2006).
What caused the world to end in how it ends?
So, you’re probably wondering how the world will end. Well, let’s break it down for you.
Will the world end in 2038. That is the year when a giant asteroid is going to hit Earth and destroy all life on our planet.
The world will end in 2039. This is when our sun will go supernova and vaporize everything in its path like a massive pyroclastic flow from Mount Vesuvius (if you remember history class).
The world will end in 2040 when there’s an earthquake so big that half of California falls into the ocean and turns into an island called New Atlantis because it sounds cool and we want to be inspired by Greek mythology (and dolphins).
The world will end in 2041 when we run out of oil completely, which leads us into an economic depression where people start fighting over food because they don’t know what else to do with themselves besides watch Netflix all day long—and then get eaten by zombies! Yeah!! Zombie apocalypse!!! Awesome!!! Let’s eat brains instead of pizza tonight! Come on guys–it’ll be fun!!
What does go to the end of the world mean?
- When we say “go to the end of the world”, we mean that someone is going far away.
- It can also mean that someone will never return from their journey.
- This phrase has come to have a more metaphorical meaning, in which it refers to a place where you will not be able to return from.
In conclusion, when the world will end is still a mystery for us. There are many theories about how it will happen and why it could happen. But what we know for sure is that something must be done now so we don’t end up like those people who survived Y2K or predicted doomsday in 2012, who didn’t prepare themselves correctly and lost their life savings because of this mistake…