What will cause human's extinction?

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  1. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    So, big deal, you know how to insert an image. Okay, gloat.
    Sincerity.
    I know other ages have ended in asteroid, ice or flood.
    This one will probably end quite fittingly in something man-made: holocaust, pandemic, superstorm...
    but nature still has a little time to get in there with a really great volcano eruption or cosmic collision.
    In any case, I agree that there will be survivors, probably including small, isolated pockets of humanity.
    They'll have all the inborn brain-power and physical strength of modern man, but no access to technology.
    But if they're isolated, they may already have ancient skills, hand-tools and weapons, first-aid supplies,
    saved some heritage seeds, maybe some how-to books. In fact, they're most likely to be the kind of
    nutcases that popular entertainment media lampoon now. And some Amish.
    Wonder how the two camps will get along - if they ever meet.
     
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    Political Correctness

    Nobody will say or do ANYTHING for fear of offending someone else

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  7. Gawdzilla Sama Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah, that's what I told that hot babe at work.
     
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    And followed up with "Better sample me now before I vanish"

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  9. Gawdzilla Sama Valued Senior Member

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    Oh, he wasn't offended.
     
  10. Jeeves Valued Senior Member

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    That could save us from extinction. If it extends to Twitter.
     
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  12. Forceman May the force be with you Registered Senior Member

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    In the first cause of human extinction: there should be a cause for animals of lower points in the orbit around the human center to be as high as an intuition like into the beyond as with any object of focus with cosx this focus is then humans now. An more excited state is not counting that humans have come into the more ego perspective of focus like with -sinx now as there is any human that can redo a known variable with humans like with ego or morality. The tempest of humans has not put the down until an extinction level event unless cosx is upset, and there is then a focus on more on more animals in the mix like with -cosx and less variables like violence and a tempest and anger - but more from the mammals then amphibians or reptiles. Cosx can then lead into a known universe and set into the Earth a more common extinction and ego can be ruled out letting sinx set in more negativity: positive spectrum like gamma-ray radiation and waves of light putting away tree protection.
     
  13. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Er... Bot?
     
  14. Gawdzilla Sama Valued Senior Member

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    Too many goodies, if you know what I mean.
     
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    Harold.
     
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    Kurt Vonnegut thought of a possibility that might actually do us in - a highly contagious but almost asymptomatic airborne virus that infects the ovaries, and over a few months kills all the eggs without otherwise doing much damage.
     
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    Not to mention Ice-Nine (Cat's Cradle).
     

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