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Chris McCann bases his prediction on Christian radio host Harold Camping's original claim the world would end on 21 May 2011.
McCann believes that was 'judgement day' and the apocolypse would happen exactly y 1,600 days from that date - bringing it to October 7, 2015.
Camping had based his own homemade mathematical formula for the apocalypse works, in part, like this.
Firstly, on a verse in Chapter 2 of Peter verse 3:8, which says that one day is like a thousand years and a thousand years is like one day to God.
Elsewhere it is said that there will be seven thousand years between Noah's flood and the end of the world.
Camping believes that the Noah’s Ark flood happened in the year 4990 BC. So to Camping, the seven days translates to 7,000 years.
And 4990 plus 2011, minus one because there was no year '0', equals 7,000 years. The date of May 21 has been derived from complex mathematical formula made up from numbers that appear repeatedly in the Bible
In fact I don't think any of them have. I'll have to have a proper think, but I'm fairly certain every one so far has been false.