The world how we know it today will disappear



Ken Jenks : writer, computer expert
"In the next 1,000 years the world will not end, but you, I, everyone and every thing we know will be gone and all but forgotten. Only data and a few artifacts will survive. Worldwide, pollution will get worse before it gets better. A large-scale biotechnology industrial accident will cause widespread fear and minor damage. Nuclear terrorists will strike a major soft target, killing thousands. A medium-sized meteorite will kill thousands. Wars will decrease in duration and frequency, but increase in intensity."


Landis, G. (2000) "Predictions for the Third Millennium", [online], Available: http://home.earthlink.net/~geoffrey.landis/predictions.html


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