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Is civilization coming to an end in 2050?

New Report Suggests ‘High Likelihood of Human Civilization Coming to an End’ Starting in 2050


"A harrowing scenario analysis of how human civilization might collapse in coming decades due to climate change has been endorsed by a former Australian defense chief and senior royal navy commander."


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Doom Days Society Member Submission @apocalyptic


  1. I think that some people underestimate the situation that we, as a planet, are in. This is not the the first- and probably not the last-report to explain what is happening and how we can fix it. Yet, I feel that they go ignored. Not by the public, but big corporations, governments, people who want to make money out of destroying our planet. I am proud that the UK has announced a climate emergency, but what does that actually mean to our government? At the minute it all seems to be a shambles and correct me if I’m wrong, but nothing has been done, considered they made this announcement months ago. In my opinion, it is the small protest groups, made up of ordinary people that are changing things- eg. Greenpeace and Extinction Rebellion. It makes me so angry to think that our planet is dying, but people don’t give a shit, because it’s ‘fake news’ or ‘doesnt affect them’. I have no love for anyone who believes that climate change is fake news, it’s just ignorant. I just find it so hard to express myself about these issues in everyday life, so I’m sorry for writing so much. It’s just that this is an issue I am extremely passionate about and I believe that the human civilization is fucked, put simply. But is that necessarily a bad thing, considering the harm we have caused?

  2. Climate change shouldn’t be about politics. It affects all of us, no matter the color of our skin, or our incomes, or what political party we affiliate ourselves with. Everyone in the world needs to be on the same page for this, but I don’t think that’ll ever happen. The article mentioned World War II-scale mobilization and cooperation, but given the fallout of that conflict and complete lack of trust between nations, I don’t think we’ll ever be able to achieve that unity ever again. At least not in this state.

  3. this world is just shit, and there isn’t enough people in the world willing to make a difference to benefit the future

  4. It’s sad to see that we actually could change the outcome of the crisis, but no actions are taken. Everyone can make a contribution, but in the end of the day I think politicians need to use their power to make the right decisions. Most of them though do not have a scientific mindset and don‘t see the urge of action. If the planet looses its balance, there are cues to follow that we cannot even think of.

  5. i find this kind of ironic,remember 2012? everyone was scared of the end of the world thing,but now that it’s actually becoming kind of a real thing no one is doing nothing about it.

  6. Like many, many other people i am outraged by politicians’ and companies’ failure to act on this, but almost equally devastating is hearing people giving up hope that we can still act and fix this (well, ‘fix’ meaning avoiding the absolute worst consequences of climate breakdown). If we give up hope we’re letting the ones ignoring facts and destroying everyone’s future win. If we give up hope we’re just barely better than climate change deniers, because just like them we’ll just be letting the climate go to shit. And it’s painfully obvious that if we don’t act, no one will. I know it’s crazy difficult to keep up hope these days, but if we don’t at least try, what the hell will happen? I’m not always super keen on staying alive myself but it’s not about my individual death, it’s also about the death of the natural world, animal species, future generations, and every beautiful person walking on this planet. We can’t just give up hope. I’ll be clinging to every last strand of it.

  7. Thinking about life ending in only 31 years is freaking scary but it’s a very huge probability. This time is not about changing from a century to another (like in 2000) or because of a Maya calendar (like the case of 2012) now it’s because of our actions against the planet and how the ones that supposed to be on charge just avoid talking about it or doing something to slow down the process. As a person that lives in a desert city, I’m surprised to realize that 10 years ago I used to say “Yeah, it only rains once after 5 years here” but now I say “It rains twice a month… All the freaking months”

    The situation is real and the planet needs us as never before. I hope more people start doing changes in their life so we can all still call this planet home and our lifes by their name.

  8. Extreme weather has been undeniable these past few years and we only have a short window to turn it around in. I’m not sure we’ll make it to 2050 if we don’t do something drastic.

  9. I think we still have to tools for this to be avoided. I still have hope for us, the human kind. I’m scared? Of course, but I can’t do shit with that on my mind. I still want to have children and make a huge change so they can continue making life on earth possible. But I still guess 31 years from now there will be other ways to survive, like moving to another planet, hope so.

  10. I think we still have to tools for this to be avoided. I still have hope for us, the human kind. I’m scared? Of course, but I can’t do shit with that on my mind. I still want to have children and make a huge change so they can continue making life on earth possible. But I still guess 31 years from now there will be other ways to survive, like moving to another planet, hope so…

  11. Given the fact that most of our society is used to being in a ideal environment where mostly everything is available any time we want,we can easily forget how much we depend on certain things . Like the environment and the effect of our actions to the nature itself . Clean air, a clean environment isn‘t something that goes without saying ,we have to behave the right ways to keep things in good conditions.And not expect other people to change their behaviour & thinking . It‘s our turn to change things.

  12. I still believe it’s possible to change for the better. I just wish to see large corporations taking more initiative towards reducing human impact. We truly need a unified front.

  13. First off, thank you @apocalyptic for the article!
    Although depressing, this issue is VERY important.

    Now more than ever, we need to do our homework, and vote!

    Can’t believe we are in the hands of the government, and trusting them to cooperate/work together. [😯]

    By the way, “A high-end 2050 scenario finds a world in social breakdown and outright chaos,” — Can you imagine?!

  14. the problem I think is definitely the big companies. some of them just don’t care, and there needs to be laws made or restrictions on what they can do so the planet is actually saved

  15. People need to make more progress and try do to 👉🏼every day 👈🏼something to save the planet and the climate. Planet 🌍
    At least we can just trust God.🙏🏼And pray ..“if we can worry ,we also can pray.“ and do good.

  16. 🗽❤️ And try to stay Optimistic as in these days, is I think the most important thing .Miss Liberty is not gone yet ..:D and the world together can change ,it‘s just about the own attitude to Life…

  17. A good alternative to paper straws are maccaronis (pasta )😄👍🏼 I just can say


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