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  • Harvard predicts the apocalypse.
  • They say the world will end in 2026.
  • Ethical and existential challenges.

In a surprising twist, research carried out by the prestigious Harvard University has predicted the apocalypse is imminent.

This prophecy is not like the numerous other apocalyptic prophecies throughout history that have turned out to be false.

This research is based on meticulous mathematical calculations carried out in 1960 by physicists Heinz von Foerster, Patricia M. Mora and Lawrence Amiot.

Their research was originally designed to discover a way to fight depression, but instead they predicted the exact date the world will end.

Harvard predicts the apocalypse

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These Harvard scientists ventured into uncharted territory by predicting the possible end of humanity on Earth.

The question that arises is inevitable: Do you dare to learn the exact date of our extinction, or do you prefer it to remain in the dark?

Throughout history, we have witnessed countless apocalyptic prophecies that never came to fruition.

This Harvard study, however, is not just another prediction in the vast collection of omens that humanity has faced.

The apocalypse is nearer than you think

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This research is distinguished by the seriousness and rigor with which it was carried out, using mathematical calculations based on data collected more than six decades ago.

The study originally focused on mental health and now it becomes a global wake-up call by revealing a deadline for our existence on this planet.

The physicists responsible for this apocalyptic prediction, Heinz von Foerster, Patricia M. Mora and Lawrence Amiot, used a new methodology.

These calculations have revealed the date humanity will end.

The day the world will end

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The result of their calculations precisely indicates that the apocalypse will occur on November 13, 2026.

It is worth mentioning that this revelation raises fundamental questions about the meaning of our actions and decisions in the time we have left.

The shocking news has sparked a series of mixed reactions in the scientific community and society in general.

Some argue that, given the history of failed predictions, this forecast should not be taken as fact.

A warning for humanity

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Harvard University, known for its academic excellence in various fields, has put an existential question on the table that invites reflection.

The possibility that we only have a few years before facing the apocalypse raises the urgent need to evaluate our priorities as a global society.

It should be remembered that the specific date, November 13, 2026, becomes a marker that will inevitably generate anxiety and speculation.

As we approach that day, uncertainty mixes with the urgency of addressing global problems that could be the key to avoiding the fatal outcome.

Possible causes of the end of the world

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One of the factors that may contribute to the end of the world is overpopulation.

«Our great-great-grandchildren will not starve, but they will be squeezed to death. On that day, the human population will approach infinity if it grows as it has grown in the last two millennia,» the research states.

However, it was revealed that the there is an error in the prediction that was made 63 years ago, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The United Nations (UN) has revealed that it predicts that by the year 2030, the world’s population will total 8.5 billion and it will be around 9.7 billion in 25 years, not nearly the number predicted by the Harvard scientists.

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