Warning: If you haven't seen the movie yet, there are potential spoilers, so proceed with caution.
Humanity is faced with one of the most challenging questions in the century, which experts, entrepreneurs, innovators, and youth leaders will tackle at the upcoming 5th Annual Youth Global Forum. The event is organized by Youth Time International Movement, an NGO created by young people, as a platform of dialogue between ‘cultures and generations.’ Youth Time’s goal is to engage other youths from all over the world to acquire knowledge, skills, and network to develop youth potential for social leadership and pro-active participation in their civic responsibility for a better and more sustainable future for both old and new generations.
In an era where peddlers of fake news thrive like flies in a dumpster, people of goodwill may attempt to clean up the mess, but most will still believe the bs.
Halloween is neigh. Cue the pumpkins, candy, good ol’ horror classics and Disney’s roster of family-friendly Halloween movies, because nothing can beat a good fright on Halloween night.
Although it wasn't as widely reported as the famed 2012 phenomenon, another new "end of the world" prediction recently stated that Earth would cease to exist (or something to that effect) on September 23, 2017. Conspiracy theorist David Meade claimed that the solar eclipse was only the beginning of the end, meaning that we would all face perdition 23 days after that event. He also stated that our planet would collide with a large planetary object called Niburu and wipe out over a billion people. However, he has now conveniently moved the date to October 15.
Sam and Dean Winchester have pretty much faced every critter mankind has failed to understand. The members of Team Free Will (Dean, Sam, and Cass) all have been to hell and back, heaven, purgatory – and Dean has even been to the fairy realm. With the birth of the Nephilim Jack (Lucifer’s spawn), we can add post-apocalyptic Earth to the brothers’ roster of worlds they’ve visited.