Scientists Move "Doomsday Clock" Up To Revelation 8:7, Expect Sea To Turn To Blood By Summer
The “Doomsday Clock” is a metaphorical symbol representing how close the earth is to self-destruction due to unchecked advances in technology, science, and unstable human activity, especially at the governmental level. The clock was started in 1947 and originally set at 7 minutes to midnight. Since then it has been as far as 17 minutes from midnight, and as close as two minutes to midnight.
But this year the Doomsday panel was so distressed by the condition of humanity that they advanced the clock to the eight chapter of the book of Revelation found in the Bible. This is significant for two reasons explains Dr. Stephan Behler, “First, none of the scientists on the panel believe in God or trust the Bible. Well, there is Pete… but he is a little weird anyway. So basically, we are all atheists. The other thing is, the Book of Revelation has never even entered our conversation. We have always made fun of Christians who have believed in a coming apocalypse. So even Biblical terminology was never used. But guess what… we believe humanity has devolved to the point where we absolutely expect God or whatever to rain fire down on us. Maybe by the middle of March.”
The eighth chapter of Revelation includes some graphic predictions. including hail and fire mixed with blood being hurled at earth. Jim. the suspected Christian on the Doomsday panel is surprised at the announcement. “I really didn’t expect this. But I think the panel looked at the crazy leaders around the world, and the crazy people who elected put them in power, and the fact that birth numbers are dropping while murders are on the uptick, the increase of deviant sexual behavior, animal worship, pursuit of personal independence, etc. and decided that we were within a minute of midnight. One of the panelists said, ‘If there is a deity, he’d be a fool to not go ahead and wrap things up on this failed experiment.’”
The Doomsday panel even ended their presentation with a very common Christian phrase. Dr. Behler said, “We know this sounds like a fire and brimstone message. But, to coin a phrase… we’ve read the end of the Book.”