Supercomputer has predicted the date of the end of the world, and it's closer than you think
A supercomputer designed to predict patterns in human civilization has made a terrifying prediction that life as we know it will end by 2050. Read more about this publication Daily Star.
The supercomputer was created in 1973 by university professors. Several of his predictions have already come true, one of which is a decrease in the availability of natural resources and vital minerals.
Its sophisticated algorithm takes into account many factors, including birth rates and pollution levels, to model what life will be like in the future.
His forecast for 2020 claimed that the state of the planet would be "extremely critical."
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“If we do nothing, the quality of life will drop to zero,” the forecast says. “The pollution will become so severe that it will start killing people, which will lead to a reduction in the population. And there will be fewer people than in 1900 (1,6 billion).”
A supercomputer predicts that between about 2040 and 2050, civilized life as we know it on this planet will cease to exist.
The gloomy prediction machine, dubbed "The First World," warns that driving cleaner cars and declining birth rates is such a small change that it makes little difference to the survival of the world.
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Unfortunately for humanity, the supercomputer's predictions are also confirmed by Astronomer Royal Martin Rees, one of the country's most prominent astrophysicists.
He predicted a bleak future for humanity, arguing that catastrophic threats, including climate change and over-reliance on technology, would greatly complicate the survival of earthlings.
But at the same time, he said that if we can overcome the huge problems that have arisen before us, then humanity will be able to live for a very long time, although not in the way everyone is used to.
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