Global Epidemic ? 6 Scenarios That We Should Consider The End of Our World

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Global Epidemic ? 6 Scenarios That We Should Consider The End of Our World

We asked experts if the end is near

Apparently, it seems that the end – the apocalypse, the doomsday, the armageddon, the rapture, or whatever you choose to call it – may already be here. I heard from a bunch of experts who know what there is to know about everything from climate change to the military situation to find out if today’s melancholy is actually justified.

We see the effects of our consumption everywhere. From plastics in the ocean to rising carbon dioxide levels and glaciers melting all over the world, and now the rapid degradation of ice decks in the Arctic and Antarctic.

The truth is that civilization, as it looks today, will be over in the next 50 years, if not sooner than that, and the fact is that we may be pushing ourselves towards extinction, which is a terrible scenario. So that I sit and talk to you now over the phone, this reality will be over within the next 20 years, and then we will move into a new existence.

If we do not stop this ecocide within 20 years, it will not matter what we do in 2040.

1. Microscopic Black Holes:

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A black hole does not have to be large to destroy everything it encounters. Even the smallest can have devastating consequences.

Walter L. Wagner sued, in 2008, CERN at the European Court of Justice, with the intention of stopping the start of the particle accelerator, Large Hadron Collider (LHC).

Wagner argued that a microscopic black hole could be created by a particle collision in the accelerator. Today we know that it is impossible to create a microscopic black hole in a 3 + 1 dimension, but by adding an extra space dimension the possibility will exist, but that it would make a threat to Earth is highly unlikely than the hole, immediately after its creation, would disappear through Hawking radiation.

2. Climate change:

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Expected in 2050. The extreme consequences of this deadly scenario include water scarcity and lack of food.

Today’s pressure from climate change – the destruction that we have already baked into our future – is daunting enough. Most people believe that Miami and Bangladesh still have a chance of survival; Most scientists I have talked to assume that these sites will be lost within a hundred years, even though we will end up burning fossil fuels in the coming decade.

Two degrees of temperature rise were usually considered the threshold for disaster: already it would be enough for tens of millions to become climate refugees in an unprepared world. But now two degrees is our goal, according to the Paris climate agreement, and according to the experts, the odds are bad for us to even reach it. The UN Climate Panel IPCC continuously publishes reports, often called climate research “the golden top layer”. The latest shows that we seem to reach a four-degree temperature rise at the beginning of the next century if we continue as hitherto. But that’s just an average increase. The top end of the scale is as high as at eight degrees – and then the researchers have not yet figured out how to deal with the permafrost that melts.

3. Nuclear War:

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A nuclear war or nuclear war is a war fought with nuclear weapons as the main weapon of both warring parties. No such war has ever been fought, but during the Cold War, the United States and the then Soviet Union were conceivable opponents.

Only twice have nuclear weapons been used in war, and that was when the United States dropped two nuclear bombs on Japan in August 1945. A nuclear war on earth would probably be very devastating. Robert Oppenheimer believed that the atomic bomb could be the downfall of the earth.

 

4. Global Epidemic:

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Are we ready for the next global epidemic?

At any time, humanity can fall victim to a deadly, widespread virus. Leaked drug conference documents reveal US hospitals preparing for 96 million coronavirus infections and 480,000 deaths.

Dr. James Lawler, a professor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, presented the tantalizing “best guess” calculations of the extent of the outbreak for hospitals and healthcare professionals as part of the AHA webinar “What Healthcare Leaders Need to Know: Preparing for COVID-19”.

5. Asteroid Impact:

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In general, the danger of an apocalypse caused by the collision of an asteroid is taken quite seriously by scientists.

The sun can be capable of extremely dangerous storms that would literally roast the earth in just a few seconds.

The sun will not be forever. Although it will take a while for the sun to die, when it will happen, the consequences will be unthinkable.

6. Overpopulation:

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The earth’s actual population is about 7.5 million people and by 2100 it is expected to reach 11.2 billion.

Overpopulation – Are we too many?
We, humans, are behind most of the future catastrophes. And we’re just getting more and more.

All experts reach the same conclusion: we should be extremely careful about the development of intelligent technology.

At some point, all of us will die, but let’s hope it won’t be caused by any of the scenarios below.

The natural resources then? They are not enough for just about anyone, right?

No, perhaps not seen from today’s perspective, but technology development means that we find more resources and learn how to use existing ones in a more efficient way. Actually, we should not even talk about natural resources. All resources are the result of man’s work.

A resource becomes a resource only when we learn to use it. A good proof is the IT revolution. Suddenly we learned that you can make data chips and fiber optics from sand – one of the most abundant substances in the world. People do not run out of resources. We create them. Provided we are allowed to do so.

“Everyone who fears the Lord will know which path to choose. He himself must live in peace, and his children shall inherit the land.”

Originally posted 2020-03-09 09:16:16.

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