Welp, here we all are still, the day after tomorrow. Or is today the day after the day after tomorrow? Either way, it's time to put the Mayan apocalypse behind us and start thinking about other ways the world might end.
Today's infographic, by Envisioning Technology's Michael Zappa, design studio Bold Futures, and Ann Vargas, takes a look at several real and imaginary challenges to humanity's continuing survival, from a futurist's perspective:
[via Fast Co.EXIST]
On occasion, I have positronic nightmares of being eat alive by nano bites and assimilated into the collective...... arg!
The biggest thing people should worry about is yourselves.
While there's wisdom in being aware of what is occurring around us, a singleminded focus on the potential threats that MIGHT harm us can lead to mental and emotional gridlock that renders us incapable of addressing unforeseen threats. Living in the moment doesn't have to mean living unprepared.
I think the worst thing to happen.
Two Phase Bomb, first huge mushroom plume spreads over vast area, satellite will show a huge circle of low attitude clouds
Second Phase, detonate nuclear warhead, using First Phases low attitude clouds as sheilding to hide the nuclear mushroom but also diverting the energy outwards over a larger area.
Everything is going to be alright! ;)
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