Thursday, 13 June 2019

Scientists Predict Terrible News Of Gloom And Doom


Let's get straight to the point, un-pallatable as it may be, the world is heading for the Apocalypse according to various scientific research.

The sun, the source of all energy to this planet, will run out of fuel in approximately a billion years' time. As it runs out of the very essence that makes it burn so brightly, the sun itself will implode on itself very much like a shrinking balloon or ball and enter a self-created black hole sucking in the whole universe, including the earth, within it.

Coinciding with such an event, and perhaps related to it, a whole galaxy of stars will be drawn towards the earth and crash it with such force resulting in extreme thunder and lightning and fires consuming the planet and all upon and within it.

However, horrible as this scenario may be, yet another un-related event, is likely to happen many centuries earlier which will result in the extinction of the human race.

This is due to the fact of an inherent faulty Y chromosome in men. Since it is the male chromosome which determines the sex of a baby being born, this faulty Y chromosome will drastically reduce the number of males being born to humankind to the point where eventually only females will be produced. As the number of men is reduced to zero the whole reproduction system will be in jeopardy and humanity will cease to exist; unless science can find a solution before then. Which seems highly unlikely.

Consequently, the human race will be faced with yet another disaster as there will be no men to catch the spiders when they fall in the bath.

The population of spiders will increase drastically as they breed in every bath in the world and climb upon each other to escape out of the bathroom and spread throughout the world.

There will be spiders' webs everywhere getting thicker and thicker and stronger and able to trap bigger preys other than flies and insects.

Instead, the webs will be full of all kinds of animals and birds, and even humans, who happened to get caught and served as a meal to such giant spiders.

With cows getting trapped in spiders' webs and being eaten to extinction there will be a world shortage of burgers which will in itself precipitate the Apocalypse.

As already scientifically proven, the cow's digestive system produces large amounts of methane gas contributing to global warming. With such a drastic reduction in the world's cows population this will greatly precipitate a new ice age - known as a Popsicle.

One glimmer of light in the horizon is that scientists and others have often wrongly predicted the end of the world.

Meanwhile, it is recommended that menfolk should teach their wives and girl-friends how to catch spiders out of bath tubs.

27 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I'd like to live in a world without burgers.
    Even in jest, your illustrations are sobering. My mother used to believe the end of times would occur on or about Easter.

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    1. The thing is, Mevely, there have always been predictions about the end of times. Even at the time of Jesus. He said no one knows the time or the day ...

      God bless you, my friend.

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  2. Oh dear! I'd always hoped that I would die a peaceful, natural death BEFORE 'The Apocalypse'; but, it looks like I could live just long enough to actually, die IN it!! All of the current 'astronomical discoveries' of late, seem to me to be similar to the "signs in the heavens" that were predicted to happen "before The End comes" ... Oh dear!! Also ... WHO would WANT to live without burgers?!

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    1. That's the worse thing, Suzanne. A world shortage of burgers. I bet you it would also happen the day the TV does not work. No burgers and no TV - a double world crisis.

      God bless you always.

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  3. It is all too horrible to contemplate!

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    1. Indeed it is, Joeh. No burgers ... and plenty of ketchup no doubt!

      God bless.

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  4. My goodness!!!
    A billion years from now I will worry about it all.
    In the mean time I am on safari hunting down spiders so my husband can take a shower :)

    Thank you for your "dooms day" predictions. Now I have something else to worry about :)

    God's Blessings Victor~

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    1. It's all true apparently; according to some mad scientists who like to predict doom and gloom. Why can't they just watch TV and enjoy a pizza?

      God bless you, Jan. Don't worry; I bet in a billion years time it won't happen after all. And TV would be just as bad.

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  5. Before the end comes, I hope I already left.
    No burgers, no problem, I never liked them. :)
    Have a wonderful evening, Victor.

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    1. All this doom will probably not happen, Bill. Except perhaps the shortage of burgers.

      God bless you.

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  6. There have always been predictions about the end of times!
    It is true we do live in changing times, but with my rose tinted glasses on I hope that we can all pull together and continue going forward.

    I don't often eat burgers but I do like my butter from cows that are grass fed!

    Have a good evening and a happy Friday … hope that you may have avoided all this dreadful rain a lot of folks in the UK have experienced.

    All the best Jan

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    1. You're right, Jan. There has always been predictions of doom and end of the world. Have you noticed how TV programs are all full of unhappiness and misery? We in the UK seem to enjoy all this negativity. Where's the joy? Where's the hope? Where's my whisky?

      God bless you. And it's still raining.

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    2. "Have you noticed how TV programs are all full of unhappiness and misery?"

      Do you know … I said exactly that to a friend of mine earlier this afternoon. Why do many of us in the UK seem to embrace this negativity, if only people would take time to enjoy something good instead of moaning about what is bad.
      Don't know about where's my whisky, I could enjoy a nice cuppa :)

      Let's make Friday a day of joy and hope!

      All the best Jan

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    3. That's what I meant by this whole post, Jan. Everywhere one turns, it seems, there is gloom and doom. On TV, radio and the papers. In politics, the economy or in every walk of life it seems. We seem as a country, here in the UK, to have lost all hope and joy in all that is still good here as a nation and in the world.

      I'll try a more cheerful, humourous perhaps, post for tomorrow. Thank you for your support.

      God bless you.

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  7. At the end of all things, it's comforting to know our final destination.
    That's all I need to know.
    Great post, Victor:)

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  8. When the world finally does come to an end, it is nice to know that God will have taken His children home.

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  9. I have no problem with spiders in the bath. My motto is 'Live and Let Live'.

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    1. But what if they get out of the bath? And start eating cows?

      God bless, Kathy.

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  10. Hi Victor, I think scientists can be the most uninformed people on the planet. I like happy endings and I think the spiders do too, although when we lived in Australia I would not have liked those spiders in my bath.

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    1. It's great to see you visiting here Brenda. Thanx. Please call again soon and often.

      You are right about scientists being uninformed. It's mostly guess-work and conjecture. I hear some Australian spiders are poisonous.

      God bless you.

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    2. Yes, the red back spider is poisonous, but is only very small, the huntsman is not poisonous but is as big as your hand. We were in a car once and a huntsman was above my head, running along the inside of the car towards the windscreen. I opened the passenger car, jumped out and started jumping around, on the pavement. I think the onlookers thought I was in dancing mode. I left the car door open and my poor husband had to pull in to the curb . The huntsman jumped out of the car and ran along the gutter. That is just one of my experiences with Australian spiders.

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  11. Sorry, should have said passenger 'door'.

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    1. What a frightening experience Brenda, finding a spider whilst in a moving car. It's bad enough when we find a wasp in the car in summer.

      God bless you.

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  12. Spiders have never really scared me, but I suppose if they were raining down from the sky I might be a little concerned! However, no one but the Great I Am knows...

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    1. It's raining spiders - a song by the Spice Girls?

      God bless, Terri.

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