Theorist Claims To Know The Exact Date The World Will End in 2018

The average human being can do a lot of incredible things, but there are still a number of things, such as time travel and the ability to predict the future, that has yet to be achieved.

For centuries, clairvoyants, psychics, and religious conspiracy theorists have been making predictions about how and when the world will end, but lately, it seems as though, the sense of urgency has increased and we’ve been hearing more predictions than ever before.

Despite the fact that none of the doomsday predictions have ever come true (we’re still alive, aren’t we?), there is one man who is convinced that the world will end in 2018. In fact, his warning comes just a few months before the date he provided.

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Conspiracy theorist Mathieu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodrigue believes that the Bible’s Book of Revelations holds the answer to when the world will end, and he has managed to find the exact passage that has signs pointing to 2018 as Earth’s final year.

The passage Rodrigue is talking about reads as follows: “He was given authority to act for 42 months.”

Based on numerology, when the passage is “added to the crop harvest and price”  it reveals date of the impending apocalypse.

“I heard a voice in the middle of the four living beings,” said Rodrigue. “This is wisdom. He who has intelligence can interpret the figure of the beast. It represents the name of a man. His figure is 666.”

So when will the world end according to Rodrigue?

Kelly Clarkson Gives Us A Glimpse Into Her Marriage And Talks Life As A Mom

Becoming a parent definitely changes the dynamic you have with your spouse. You have less time alone together, you can’t leave the house whenever you feel like it and you are a lot more tired then you were in the past.

Jumping into the passenger’s seat of James Corden’s SUV, Kelly Clarkson belted out some of her classics including “Stronger,” “Since U Been Gone,” and “Love So Soft,” before the conversation took a more serious turn.

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During her appearance on Carpool Karoke with James Corden, Clarkson opened up about her trying to carve out time to be with her husband, Brandon Blackstock.  

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The 35-year-old singer and her husband, Blackstock who acts as her manager, have two children together; three-year-old River Rose and 1-year-old Remington. The couple got married in October 2013 during a romantic ceremony in the hills of Tennessee.

“I think it’s difficult because obviously I work a lot, and I’m a mom,” Clarkson explained. “But we try.”

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Corden, who is a father of two, had something else up his sleeve.

Student Asks His Professor For Help Asking A Girl Out, Succeeds In Getting A Date

A student learned a lesson in love from his university professor when he needed help asking a girl on a date.

Jake Moreno, 22, asked Shannon Atkinson, a philosophy in religion professor at Salt Lake Community College in Utah, to assist him in drafting a text to his crush, Buzzfeed News reports.

“Jacob approached me after class wondering if the triangle and Aristotelian Rhetoric could be used to ask a woman on a date and I was intrigued, thus my help,” Atkinson said. “Honestly, Jacob was the brains behind the whole thing; my part was only in helping him form the ‘wording’ of the text so he didn’t come off too strong.”

The rhetorical triangle is a method created by Aristotle to appeal to a person’s emotions. It consists of three persuasive strategies one should use when communicating.

The three points are ethos, logos and pathos, which represent speaker credibility and trust (appeal to character), reality, logic and proof (appeal to reason), and listener emotions and values (appeal to emotions) respectively.

“My only real input into this whole thing was having him really appeal to the pathos part of the triangle and be sensitive and cognizant of the ‘details’ of her life situation, as often in rhetoric of this type that is what is going to put him over the top, so to speak,” Atkinson said.

Describing himself as having “zero skills” when talking to the opposite sex, Moreno readily listened to his professor’s input.