Top Ten Failed End of the World Prediction Dates

So I can easily say I have survived plenty of predicted dates for the end of the world, apocalypse, doomsday, or whatever you want to call cataclysm that has destroyed all life on this planet. Which means that everyone else has survived these doomsday predictions as well. So let's see the most famous predicted dates that ended up being false. This list of course does not cover future predicted doomsday dates, only past ones that were not true.
The Top Ten
1 December 21st, 2012

Perhaps the most famous apocalypse date occurred on the winter solstice of 2012, aligning with an ancient Mayan calendar, a meteor from outer space, or another interplanetary object. I was in high school at the time, and it was obviously proven false. So much was made of this date that a film directed by Roland Emmerich was created and naturally bombed.

I was worried before. It was so scary. I didn't think Christmas would still continue. Fortunately, it didn't happen. I don't believe in that prediction.

2 May 21st, 2011

This was the rapture date set by zealot priest Harold Camping, who claimed that earthquakes would ravage the Earth and that the world would be destroyed on October 21. Again, nothing happened that day or afterward.

3 January 1st, 2000

Numerous sources claimed that Y2K would mark the end, whether through divine intervention, economic chaos, or the "computer bug." I was only seven at the time, so I didn't know about it, but we're all still here in the new millennium.

I remember some people committed suicide when it didn't happen.

4 October 21st, 2011

Five months after his initial failed prediction, Harold Camping proposed a "spiritual judgment," predicting the world's end and a physical rapture. Again, none of this came true.

5 September 29th, 2011

Ronald Weinland is similar to Harold Camping in that he predicted many religious events that turned out to be untrue. On this date, he claimed that Jesus would return and that the world was doomed. He largely abandoned this prophecy in 2019 after his final failed prediction.

6 May 2nd, 1994

Neal Chase predicted that New York would be obliterated by a nuclear bomb and that the Battle of Armageddon would take place just 40 days later. This prediction was far-fetched, and New York was not nuked.

7 March 31st, 1998

One of the sillier predicted dates. A Taiwanese man named Hon-Ming Chen stated that God would come to Earth in a flying saucer at 10:00 a.m. He didn't account for time zones, and no God arrived.

8 May 5th, 2000

The "Star Holocaust" theory claimed that the planets would align and head straight for the Sun.

9 October 16th, 2011

Amid the commotion surrounding predictions by Camping and Weinland, some fears centered on Comet Elenin, which traveled directly between the Sun and the Earth. People feared it would collide with Earth or cause disturbances in the crust, triggering earthquakes. Predicted end-of-the-world dates related to this comet dated back to August, but the October 16 theory involved the comet hitting the planet itself. Scientists, of course, disproved all fears.

10 January 20, 2020
The Contenders
11 January 4th, 2008
12 May 27th, 2003

Nancy Lieder fixated on Nibiru, a planet she predicted would collide with Earth. She claimed to have been in contact with aliens from the Zeta Reticuli system, who warned that Nibiru would cause the poles to shift. None of this proved true, and no aliens were involved.

13 July 30th, 2009
14 October 22nd, 1844 (The Great Disappointment)
15 February 1, 2019
16 April 13th, 2029
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