Nope. The Bible would only be “wrong” if the “end” that Jesus was speaking about was the end of the universe as YOU conceive it. There are lots of reasons for thinking that wasn’t the case.
Your understanding of the universe in the material sense of the substance of which it is made is quite different from the Judaic idea from Jesus’ time. To a Jew at that time, the “world” would have been the covenant with man by which God sustained the entire world and without which the world would be entirely meaningless. The Temple in Jerusalem was the centre of the world for the Jewish people of the time.
Now you may think you are being complete or comprehensive in your analysis of what was meant by Jesus, but what you take him to have meant is not necessarily how his Jewish audience would have understood him. Jesus wasn’t talking to you, he was speaking to his disciples and his ancient Jewish audience.
Recall that how we are to understand Scripture according to the Catechism is by beginning with the meaning that the author or speaker was intending to convey by writing or saying what they did. That means anytime we catch ourselves reading our perspective back into the words, we need to understand we are doing eisegesis and not exegesis.
To arrive at the truth of the Gospel we can’t just assume what Jesus meant is what we take him to have meant on a cursory reading. The key to understanding the Gospel is to work hard at really understanding what he did mean. That isn’t always easy. In particular because he spoke in parables and figurative language frequently. Do you understand why he did that? Why didn’t he speak in clear direct language? If you understood that you would begin to get an inkling of the message his cryptic words were meant to convey.