Here we go again, someone is saying the world is going to end this Saturday, September 23. Keep your eyes to the sky for "Planet X" as it apparently will crash into Earth.

We all know this isn't the first time someone predicted the world is going to end, but this is the latest in a long line of conspiracy theories.

David Meade wrote a book titled "Planet X - The Arrival" which says the world will end on Saturday, September 23. He originally had the apocalyptic date a few days before, but updated it after the most recent total solar eclipse.

Meade states his prediction is based on Biblical facts, and the number 33. 33 refers to the number of days after the total solar eclipse, the number of years Jesus lived and the number of times Elohim (Jewish for God) is mentioned in the bible.

NASA debunked the existence of "Planet X" also known as Nibiru, saying it's a hoax and people should "get over it". It simply does not exist.

We're probably going to side with NASA on this one, but, you never know what the universe has in store for us. However, if you have to work on Saturday, the apocalypse may not work as an excuse to call in sick.