Conspiracy theorists move aside, some of the world\’s top scientists are taking center stage with claims the remainder of the 21st Century will be a time of unprecedented catastrophes. In less than 40 years the population will swell past 9 billion, water wars will erupt, consumption will soar, and a cooling planet will reduce food production and strain energy resources. Mass migration could take place from the Northern to Southern Hemisphere, and a Fukushima radiation cloud could poison billions north of the Equator. Read what some of the world\’s greatest minds predict will unfold during the coming decades. And then study the advice on how to survive it all…
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Even though we all think we are the masters of the universe this article should knock you back into reality.
With the population increasing and food production strained to an all time high and natural disasters increasing it seems on a daily basis it sure makes you stop and think. The worst part of it is that the world sits around waiting for the Japanese to take care of the Fukushima disaster and everyone just hopes it will all work out. Well that my friends is one that just won’t work itself out and everyone should be just a bit worried that it has the potential to make Chernobyl look like a walk in the park. The damaged reactors worst case scenario have the potential to poison much of the Northern and Southern hemispheres of our world and cause a strain to an already fragile environment. Many would die of starvation, radioactive exposure and tainted food. It’s time for the governments of the world to stand up and take notice of this possibility and create a plan of action to protect the world in which we all live, if at all possible.
- Dinosaur Extinction May Have Followed Ocean Floor Extinction (theepochtimes.com)
- Conservationists release plea to save 100 most threatened species (rawstory.com)
- Researchers believe huge underwater volcanic eruptions were part of last extinction period (theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com)