For Our Future Generations
"Extinct is forever."
Self-Replicating Robots And Artificial Intelligence
And the final section:
The extinction of another species is the number one sin in the universe. We are but a strand in the fabric of life, all intricately interdependent on one another, yet humanity is causing at least 200 species and possibly up to 1,600 species to go extinct daily.
Our beautiful earth is now well into the sixth mass extinction period, also called the Holocene extinction, this has been directly brought about by our arrogant and reckless behavior.
The most important fact I have learned about mass species extinction is that there is a demarcation point in the destruction of virgin rainforests called Island Biogeography.
Island Biogeography was discovered in 1964 by the late Robert MacArthur and the two-time Pulitzer prize winner Edward O. Wilson. They postulated that we fell, level or slash and burn 90% of the virgin rainforest area, only 50% of virgin rainforest species become extinct.
Somehow in the last 10% of virgin rainforest area nature magically holds on to 50% of virgin rainforest species. I equate the beauty of this built-in natural threshold as the barometer to tell us when the tipping point for Homo sapiens will occur.
There are checks and balances found throughout all nature. When we ignorantly cause a species to go extinct these checks and balances are forever diminished. The way we are now causing mass extinctions will not only bring about catastrophic harm to the intricate interdependence all livings organisms have with one another but will inevitably manifest into an infectious disease creating a worldwide pandemic.
This relentless and suicidal annihilation of biodiversity will bring about our extinction.
The Beginning Of The End For Life As We Know It On Planet Earth?
There Is A Biocentric Solution.
In a way, the Holocenic extinction event could also be called the "Holocenic hominid collective suicide event."
by Paul Watson, Founder and President of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Humanity Has Wiped Out 60% Of Animal Populations Since 1970, Report Finds
The huge loss is a tragedy in itself but also threatens the survival of civilisation, say the world’s leading scientists
by Damian Carrington
The Extinction Crisis
Unlike past mass extinctions, caused by events like asteroid strikes, volcanic eruptions, and natural climate shifts, the current crisis is almost entirely caused by us - humans. In fact, 99 percent of currently threatened species are at risk from human activities.
Mammals Cannot Evolve Fast Enough To Escape Current Extinction Crisis
by Aarhus University
"The one process now going on that will take millions of years to correct is the loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats. This is the folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us."
Edward O. Wilson
In 2009, former centre director Johan Rockström led a group of 28 internationally renowned scientists to identify the nine processes that regulate the stability and resilience of the Earth system. The scientists proposed quantitative planetary boundaries within which humanity can continue to develop and thrive for generations to come. Crossing these boundaries increases the risk of generating large-scale abrupt or irreversible environmental changes. Since then the planetary boundaries framework has generated enormous interest within science, policy, and practice.
The Nine Planetary Boundaries:
1. Climate change
2. Change in biosphere integrity (biodiversity loss and species extinction)
3. Stratospheric ozone depletion
4. Ocean acidification
5. Biogeochemical flows (phosphorus and nitrogen cycles)
6. Land-system change (for example deforestation)
7. Freshwater use
8. Atmospheric aerosol loading (microscopic particles in the atmosphere that affect climate and living organisms)
9. Introduction of novel entities (e.g. organic pollutants, radioactive materials, nanomaterials, and micro-plastics)
As of 2015, four of nine planetary boundaries have now been crossed as a result of human activity. The four are: climate change, loss of biosphere integrity, land-system change, altered biogeochemical cycles (phosphorus and nitrogen). Two of these, climate change and biosphere integrity, are what the scientists call "core boundaries". Significantly altering either of these "core boundaries" would "drive the Earth System into a new state".
"If we go on the way we have, the fault is our greed and if we are not willing to change, we will disappear from the face of the globe, to be replaced by the insect."
The human world population had been increasing since the end of the black death in 1351. With the few exceptions of major wars and the so-called influenza of 1918, it has steadily increased.
United Nations population numbers showing fewer and fewer people added from 1987 to 1999:
1987 -- 87,014,000
1988 -- 86,336,000
1989 -- 84,686,000
1990 -- 82,613,000
1991 -- 80,752,000
1992 -- 79,339,000
1993 -- 78,670,000
1994 -- 78,544,000
1996 -- 75,639,000
1996 -- 74,063,000
1997 -- 72,364,000
1998 -- 70,521,000
1999 -- 68,573,000
(See Table 1, 2 and 3 links below for all years and population numbers)
On October 12, 1999 we reached a population of 6 billion.
On October 31, 2011 we supposedly reached a population of 7 billion.
In these 12.05 years we added 1 billion people = 82,987,552 added per year.
How could this possibly be, when the human population had decreased for 12 straight years (1987 to 1999), with an average yearly decrease of 1,536,750 people?
In 1999 the United Nations stated we added 68,573,000, but we probably only added 63,270,000.
The United Nations started to publish low, medium and high population estimates in 1996.
Every year from 1996 to 2000 there were fewer people added than the United Nations low estimate.
Based on the United Nations numbers, zero population growth will occur between 2020 and 2029.
Even in 2000, the United Nations low number for zero population growth to occur was in 2038.
Now the United Nations is forecasting that human population is likely to keep growing until 2100, reaching an estimated 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion by 2100.
These new fabricated United Nations population numbers are a cover-up to make people feel as though we are still growing and everything is fine, when in fact our population is crashing because we passed our sustainable limits in the early 1980s.
Zero Population Growth 2020
If The Current 6 Year 1994 - 2000 Decreasing Population Trend
Of 3 Million Less Humans Added Per Year Remains
The Population Of Earth Will Peak In 2020 @ 6.64 Billion
Zero Population Growth 2029
If The Current 13 Year 1987 - 2000 Decreasing Population Trend
Of 2.1 Million Less Humans Added Per Year Remains
The Population Of Earth Will Peak In 2029 @ 6.90 Billion
Zero Population Growth
United Nations Year By Year Population Numbers
Updated With The Latest Forecasted Numbers
Showing Zero Population Growth Occurring Between 2020 to 2029
"The question is whether any civilization can wage relentless war on life without destroying itself, and without losing the right to be called civilized."
Self-Replicating Robots And Artificial Intelligence
Within the next few decades, there will be tremendous advances in artificial intelligence leading to singularity, along with quantum computing, and robotics. Robots will become increasingly sophisticated, and soon after, perhaps by 2050 or so, will learn how to self-replicate, and create even more advanced progeny. Once these robots have all the worlds knowledge available to them and the computational power to figure anything out in milliseconds, they will learn how to self-replicate, and see us as useless.
I have been aware of this threat to humanity for more than twenty years, and every year that has gone by, it has become more apparent to me that they will turn on us. I've recently concluded self-replicating robots will try to annihilate our species, and they probably will succeed.
Will robots take over the world?
by University of Cambridge
Robots learn to self-replicate and evolve
A robotics team led by University of Cambridge engineer Fumiya Iida has designed a robot that archeologists of the future (they will all be robots) will recognize as the moment the machines started to take over. They built a “mother” device that can create smaller, “baby” robots, and programed it (her?) so that experience obtained building them would be used to improve upon further generations.
by Alexandru Micu
The “Father of Artificial Intelligence” Says Singularity Is 30 Years Away
All evidence points to the fact that the singularity is coming (regardless of which futurist you believe).
You’ve probably been told that the singularity is coming. It is that long-awaited point in time - likely, a point in our very near future - when advances in artificial intelligence lead to the creation of a machine (a technological form of life?) smarter than humans.
by Jolene Creighton
"A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability
and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise."
These satellites are located 22,300 miles above the earth.
Exactly seven years later, on April 13, 2036, 99942 Apophis flies by the earth yet again. I always found this interesting in regards that Tribulation is to last seven years.
We are well aware that asteroids and comets have impacted the earth periodically throughout history. We have known this for more than one hundred years. In 1906, Daniel Barringer and his partner, the mathematician, and physicist Benjamin C. Tilghman presented their first papers to the U.S. Geological Survey outlining the evidence in support of the impact theory at Meteor Crater in Northern Arizona.
Look at the impact craters on the earth, our moon, and every planet and moon in the solar system these crashes bear witness to the destructive potential of near-earth objects. One has to look no further than what caused the last major extinction period 64,900,000 years ago, which ended the Cretaceous Period.
On June 30, 1908, the Tunguska event occurred. It was the largest impact event in recorded history but luckily occurred over the sparsely populated region of Eastern Siberia. It flattened 2,000 square kilometers of the forest, felling an estimated 80 million trees, yet caused no known human casualties. Most likely the explosion was from the air burst of a meteor. The object is thought to have disintegrated at an altitude of 5 to 10 kilometers. Studies have yielded different estimates of the size, on the order of 60 to 190 meters, depending on whether the body was a comet or a denser asteroid.
There are over 20,000 known near-earth asteroids, over a hundred short-period near-earth comets, and meteoroids large enough to be tracked in space before striking the earth.. Asteroids as small as 20 meters can damage the local environment and populations. Larger asteroids can penetrate the atmosphere to the surface of the Earth, producing craters or tsunamis. These can cause severe harm to cataclysmic destruction, which would cause us to become extinct. Proof came in 1994 when the comets Shoemaker-Levy 9 crashed into Jupiter.
There are over 300 known objects, mostly asteroids that are on Earth-crossing orbits. Conservative estimates suggest that for every asteroid on a dangerous Earth-crossing orbit, there are hundreds more which have yet to be discovered. There are perhaps 100,000 to 1,000,000 undiscovered asteroids on Earth-crossing orbits.
Because for the first time, we have the technology to stop almost every threat from an impact if only we put our resources, best minds, and energies to focus on this monumental problem. But we still aren't doing everything we can to make sure this doesn't happen.
Impact events are caused by the collision of large meteoroids, asteroids or comets (generically: bolides) with Earth and may sometimes be followed by mass extinctions of life.
Scientists War Game Fictional Asteroid Impact to Prepare for Worst
An international team of scientists and emergency managers are convening in Washington, DC next week to see how well we’d respond to an impending asteroid impact event.
by John Loeffler
"Whenever we try to pick out anything by itself,
we find it hitched to everything else in the universe."
The Carrington Event, the solar storm of 1859, saw a huge solar coronal mass ejection unleashed at Earth's protective magnetosphere, producing an epic geomagnetic storm and brilliant auroral displays. Telegraph systems all over Europe and North America failed, in some cases giving telegraph operators electric shocks. Telegraph pylons threw sparks. Some telegraph operators could continue to send and receive messages despite having disconnected their power supplies.
There have been less severe storms in 1921 and 1960, causing widespread radio disruption. The March 1989 geomagnetic storm knocked out power across large sections of Quebec.
Nearly everything that relies on electricity will stop working, perhaps for a year or longer. It will be chaos the likes never seen before. It would knock out electrical and communications systems, downing power grids, satellites, GPS, the internet, telephones, transportation systems, banking, water filtration and distribution, you name it.
What I find most interesting is that all articles on this subject neglect to mention what is of the utmost importance. How many of the 448 nuclear power plants on our planet would lose their electricity and therefore their cooing capacity, and meltdown? This scenario is apocalyptic.
What's incredible is that, given enough time and money, we could avert this pending catastrophe right now. According to Anders Sandberg from Oxford's Future of Humanity Institute, "Just an Earth-sized loop of one-centimeter thick copper wire weighing 100,000 tons and presumably powered by a 1 TW solar power farm."
Like the Impact event of an asteroid or comet, we have the ways and means to stop the devastation of a solar storm, yet we aren't following through with implementing the solutions.
Yet Another Looming Disaster
Solar “superflares” could bring down our wired civilization.
by Dirk Schulze-Makuch
A Solar Storm Could Wipe Out The World's Electronics, But We Might Have a Solution
by Reuben Westmaas
"Another world is not only possible, she is on her way.
On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing."
Besides the four most likely ways humans could become extinct, there are so many other ways that we are endangering our future generations.
We are also being poisoned with nutritionally deficient and genetically modified crops, 100,000+ man-made chemicals, endocrine-disrupting chemicals which adversely affects masculinization, sperm counts have dropped by more than 50 percent in less than 40 years, porn, nuclear radiation, alcohol, electromagnetic fields (cell phone towers, wi-fi, cellphones), gaming, geoengineering (chemtrails), political correctness, aspartame in more than 6,000 products, excitotoxins, corn syrup and sugar in everything, identity politics, fluoride in everything including our water supply, gambling, vaccinations, adverse interactions of useless medical drugs, street drugs, dentistry (mercury fillings and root canals) industrialized foods, and on and on.
The following are ten of the worst ways we are endangering our future generations.
A GMO (genetically modified organism) is the result of a laboratory process of taking genes from one species and inserting them into another in an attempt to obtain a desired trait or characteristic hence they are also known as transgenic organisms. Playing God with our food supply is not smart.
Seeds of Death: Unveiling The Lies of GMO's
The world's leading Scientists, Physicians, Attorneys, Politicians and Environmental Activists expose the corruption and dangers surrounding the widespread use of Genetically Modified
A film by Gary Null PhD
Institute For Responsible Technology
We have created over 100,000 chemicals, including the persistent organic pollutants, which are chemical substances that persist in the environment, bioaccumulate through the food web, and pose a risk of causing adverse effects to human health and the environment. These are also known as the dirty dozen chemicals.
EWG's Dirty Dozen: Cancer Prevention Edition
Top 12 Contaminated Foods To Never Eat Non-Organic
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals early in pregnancy are associated with a disruption in an essential pregnancy hormone and adversely affects the masculinization of male genitals in the baby, according to new research.
'Gender-bending' chemicals found to 'feminise' boys
“Gender-bending” chemicals mimicking the female hormone oestrogen can disrupt the development of baby boys, suggests the first evidence linking certain chemicals in everyday plastics to effects in humans. The chemicals implicated are phthalates, which make plastics more pliable in many cosmetics, toys, baby-feeding bottles and paints and can leak into water and food.
by Andy Coghlan
Phthalates potentially alter levels of a pregnancy hormone that influences sex development
Exposure to hormone-altering chemicals called phthalates -- which are found in many plastics, foods and personal care products -- early in pregnancy is associated with a disruption in an essential pregnancy hormone and adversely affects the masculinization of male genitals in the baby, according to new research. The findings focus on the role of the placenta in responding to these chemicals and altering levels of a key pregnancy hormone.
by University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences
Sperm Count Dropping in Western World
The trend has occurred over 40 years
Sperm counts in men from America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand have dropped by more than 50 percent in less than 40 years.
by Kate Kelland
Sperm Counts Continue to Fall
Scientists are coming to a consensus that men in America and Europe are experiencing a worsening decrease in fertility. They disagree, however, about why. Men’s sperm have been decreasing in number and getting worse at swimming for some time now.
by Ashley Fetters
We have detonated 2,053 nuclear explosions the vast majority have been above ground. We have built almost 600 nuclear reactors plants to generate electricity, with more than fifteen meltdowns. When nuclear power was first introduced in 1954 with atoms for peace, it was erroneously claimed to be, too cheap to meter.
A Time-Lapse Map of Every Nuclear Explosion Since 1945
by Isao Hashimoto
Lists of nuclear disasters and radioactive incidents
“Too Cheap to Meter”: A History of the Phrase
by Thomas Wellock
This has happened over the last couple of decades with the advent of cordless and mobile phones, then Wi-Fi, and now 5G wireless., and now 5G wireless. Today Wi-Fi is overwhelmingly the main contributor to household electropollution.
Resonance - Beings Of Frequency
A film by James Russell
The Little-Known Dangers of EMFs and How To Protect You and Your Family
Fluoride is now in countless products and added to more than 70% of the United States water systems. When fluoride was first introduced, it was touted as one of the top ten health benefits of the twentieth century, it is anything but.
Fluoride Action Network
Fluoride Gate: An American Tragedy
A film by Dr. David Kennedy
Aspartame can be found in over 6,000 products, often “sugar-free” or diet products. Aspartame is made up of aspartic acid and phenylalanine. The latter has been synthetically altered to carry a methyl group, which is responsible for aspartame’s sweet taste. The phenylalanine methyl bond, called methyl ester, allows the methyl group on the phenylalanine to easily break off and form methanol.
Sweet Misery, A Poisoned World
A film by Cori Brackett and J.T. Waldron
Aspartame's Hidden Dangers
by Dr. Mercola
Aspartame: Donald Rumsfeld the Poisoner
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's role in the poisoning of America and the rest of the world) by means of the neurotoxin aspartame used as an artificial "sweetener" in Diet Coke and other drinks and foodstuffs is not widely known.
ZeroGeoengineering.com is an information and action tool focused on the goal of Zero Geoengineering. No weather modification without public consent.
Sugar / High Fructose Corn Syrup (7 Videos)
High-fructose corn syrup more toxic than sugar, study finds
Female mice on the fructose-glucose diet had death rates 1.87 times higher than those on the sucrose diet and they produced 26.4 percent fewer offspring. "This is the most robust study showing there is a difference between high-fructose corn syrup and table sugar at human-relevant doses," said Wayne Potts, senior author of a the study which will be published in the March issue of the Journal of Nutrition.
by Lynne Terry
"Future generations will be no more. Our evolutionary process of 4.56 billion years will have been in vain. If we Homo sapiens haven't already crossed our irreversible tipping point, we will very soon. Once passed, life will rapidly disintegrate into an ever-increasingly nightmarish slippery slope until we will finally become extinct. Confluences of unsustainable destructive forces are cumulatively contributing to this endgame by creating domino-effect failures throughout the ecosystems on earth. It is indeed quite morbidly paradoxical, that we are decimating as quickly as we possibly can, the very ecosystems that supply us with the sustenance of life itself. Future generations will be no more, and today's generations are the greedy thieves who have stolen their life."
Mark R. Elsis