Predictions that never came true

What is clairvoyance? This is a kind of human gift that helps to open the veil of secrets and look into the future. But, most of all the prophecies about the end of the world never came true. Today we will tell you about the most famous predictions that excited the minds of mankind. Hence the conclusion suggests itself that it is generally not worth believing any prophecies about the end of the world.

About 50% of the world's population was confident that at the time of the transition of mankind to the new millennium, a computer system would fail. Some of the most skeptical people believed that we would generally go back 100 years in our development, and artificial intelligence would contribute to this. No failures in computers and the Internet were noticed.

Famous radio presenter Harold Camping was confident that the world would collapse on May 21, 2011. As you can see, nothing of the kind happened. Camping explained his prediction. He took the date of Christ's crucifixion and ran it through various mathematical equations. Many believers believed him and started selling their property. When the target date did nothing wrong, Camping cited an inaccuracy in the calculations during the math calculations.

Back in the 1970s, a note appeared in Life magazine that due to planetary pollution, the amount of sunlight would be halved. Sunlight was barely supposed to penetrate the Earth by 1985, but this did not happen.

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Bernt Balchen, who studied the Arctic, suggested back in 1972 that the massive melting of icebergs in the Arctic Ocean would lead to disaster. The US coastline should have been cut in half 15 years ago.

The parade of the planets in 1524 did not bring about the end of the world. Astrologers of the 16th century were sure that the parade of the planets in 1524 would lead to the end of the world on Earth. On this day, the planets of the solar system were supposed to line up. This arrangement of the planets should have caused hurricanes and tsunamis. People believed astrologers and began to construct arks.

Scientists believe that by 2050, the planet's fuel reserves will be reduced by three times. Oil was supposed to run out back in 2010. Therefore, the depletion of oil reserves should not worry us so much.

And remember the prediction of the end of the world on December 21, 2012. Many then believed in this mysterious date, allegedly predicted by Wanga and Nostradamus. Although people who study the quatrains of the great predictor were able to decipher some of his messages to humanity, which break off in 4154. Was he really able to look so far into the future? We will not know the answer to this question, since all his quatrains are so encrypted that any event that happened on the planet can be adjusted to fit them. We do not claim that there are no predictors on Earth, but just most of them are mistaken and mislead the bulk of the people.

One cannot write off such great soothsayers as Wanga, Nostradamus and Wolf Messing. These were people who really saw more than you and me.