Keep digging the backyard shelter.
And double-check the expiration dates on the canned potatoes.
There’s a new date for the end of the world.
It’s now 2000002013.
But this timeline carries a lot more science than 2013 or even 2020 — the year of Armageddon, once predicted by an American astrologer.
A Scottish academic says too little carbon dioxide will cause the death of animals and plants.
Researcher Jack O’Malley-James says as the sun grows hotter, it will lead to greater evaporation and chemical reactions, pushing carbon dioxide levels lower.
In a billion years, he believes animals and plants will die-off.
Then, another billion years after, with the loss of our oceans, Earth becomes even too desolate for even tiny microbes, called extremophiles.