The Nostradamus prediction that is circulating around the web is a HOAX. You can read all about it at Snopes.com. “It originated with a student at Brock University in Canada in the 1990s, appearing on a web page essay on Nostradamus. That particular quatrain was offered by the page’s author, Neil Marshall, as a fabricated example to illustrate how easily an important-sounding prophecy can be crafted through the use of abstract imagery. He pointed out how the terms he used were so deliberately vague they could be interpreted to fit any number of cataclysmic events.” Don’t pass it on, even though it is very scary how close it is to reality.