Television broadcasts were interrupted with an end-of-the-world prediction. “The volume increased exponentially”, one witness said. “A man’s voice could reportedly be heard saying: ‘Realize this, extremely violent times will come.’” Some people appreciated the voice sounded like Hitler. A spokesman for Cox Communications told that the problem occurred because one or more radio stations conducted an emergency test. However, what exactly happened was not entirely explained because things went different to a such normal test. It was unclear if the alert had anything to do with the Christian numerologist who recently claimed the world will end Saturday when a planet will, supposedly, collide with Earth.
Possibly it was a hacker’s intervention to speculate momentum but no one assumed or explained. Instead, media received a subject to debate. According to Christian numerologist David Meade, verses in Luke 21:25 to 26 signify that recent events, such as the recent solar eclipse and Hurricane Harvey, portend the apocalypse. Scientists proved nothing will happen but a little “show” may give satisfaction for one or a group of people. Humans like even horror stories but a condition is required: to know it is a fiction. What do you think ?