The world will end in 2040 as pollution and overpopulation stifle the world.
This is the warning of a computer program called World One that has been developed by MIT researchers.
The prediction was made in 1973. But the omen of fate has resurfaced with the help of an article on the risk of an impending apocalypse.
The Australian Broadcasting Company has also republished its original report on the prediction machine Domsay, reports TheExpress.
The computer revealed misfortune by analyzing trends such as pollution levels, population growth and depletion of natural resources.
“By 2020, the state of the planet is becoming very critical,” the report said.
If we do nothing, the quality of life decreases to zero. The pollution will become so serious that it will begin to kill people, which will result in a decrease in the population, lower than it was in 1900.
“At this point, around 2040-2050, civilized life as we know about this planet will cease to exist.”
The model is already accurate because it anticipates a slowdown in the growth of the standard of living.
A programmer called Jay Forrester built the program in the early 70’s and it was tested on Australia’s most powerful computer.