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Fire Legion

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#1 12 years ago

All things have to come to an end... so how do you think mankind will end? I think we will disease will wipe us out in the end.




Tas

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#2 12 years ago

The only sertain "end" that will come is when we evolve beyond recognition.




Joe Bonham

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#3 12 years ago
I think we will disease will wipe us out in the end.

Nope. Once we start colonizing different worlds - it'll be impossible for any conventional plague to wipe us out.




JP(NL)

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#4 12 years ago

We won't colonize any other worlds. We'll be dead long before our technology advances far enough.




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#5 12 years ago
Fire LeigonAll things have to come to an end... so how do you think mankind will end? I think we will disease will wipe us out in the end.

Disease and natural disasters are nature's way of keeping a population within managable and healthy amounts. As we're a part of "Nature", I doubt we'd all die from disease.




czech speacial forces

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#6 12 years ago

im not sure but it would have to be something quick and dramatic. something like some major change in the climate.




masteriop

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#7 12 years ago

Some idiot is going to build a massive nuclear arsenal and Bush will bomb it =P




crzymnky

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#8 12 years ago

They all sound good to me!




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#9 12 years ago

*puts on theory gloves*

Mankind's end, something I've often contemplated in my more philosophical moments.

Disease is one possibility mentioned, everyone's worried about the mutation of "Bird Flu" at the moment it would seem, and a lot of people rightfully fear Smallpox due to it being stored rather than wiped out entirely.

War, what is it good for? Wiping out mankind. Whilst we can currently avert nuclear disaster, who says we won't tomorrow? More and more countries are harvesting it's more beneficial effects, but a meltdown wouldn't be the most enjoyable thing to experience. Exactly the same for a nuclear missile, one would think.

And who can truly rule out alien invasion? If the universe is several billion years old, and we're only a small portion of that in development time, who says another sentient race hasn't been wiping out the populace of other planets for inconceivable amounts of time? Sure, it's unlikely, but blink and they could be there...

End of the universe, anyone? We don't know anything about the future of the universe, whether it'll expand so much that it snaps like a string, or whether it'll condense upon itself. It may be that in the next five seconds, time will reverse. It's all theory again, but it may just be the result.

Religous apocalypse is still a possibility, whilst I'm no believer, there's no proof that gods banished themselves from physical manifest within the universe through lack of existence, confining themselves to archaic books and the minds of believers. If I see the entire world ablaze and four people on horseback running amock, I'll be among those who'll believe there's something out there. Then again, the world isn't a planar paradise anymore, and people stopped falling off the edge almost a millenium ago.

Then again, mankind may just be the species that goes up against all odds, the future is about as well known as the unified field theory's answer at the moment. We were bacteria, we became apes, we became us, we become...Magical jellyfish type creatures? That'll cause an end of mankind, loss of limbs and skeletal structure...

In short...All that's certain is my end, your end, and everyone else's end. When, where and why?...*shrug*




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#10 12 years ago

i think we will never die out muhahaha:lol: