Civilisation Is Running Towards A GLOBAL COLLAPSE!
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In 1972, MIT conducted a research project into the date that our civilization would end and the results were shocking!
In fact, they were so shocking that they created a public frenzy followed by the publication of the best-selling book: The Limits To Growth, translated into 30 different languages with 30 million copies sold
Industrial output, food, resources & a massive decrease in the World’s population, were all forecast to collapse around this significant year
Well fast forward 50 years and the MIT study was recently reviewed using increased data & Artificial Intelligence with the assumption the original researches had simply got it wrong. Nope. The year of collapse this time around? Exactly the same year again
So while it’s hard for historians to identify what caused the collapse of previous Civilizations, collapses usually fall under 4 categories, which are: Political, Social, Climate & Economic
So how did MIT predict the end of the world then?
The MIT team created World 3, which was a computer model for assessing if the current usage of the world’s resources was sustainable
We know that the larger a population becomes, the more food, water, houses, and other resources it needs, but our planet has finite resources. We also live in a society of crony capitalism, where companies deliberately create ‘built-in obsolescence’ into their products so that they break and we buy more
All adding to the landfill and the increased speed of our natural resources running out
Declining birth rates lead to an ageing population putting more financial pressure on workers through taxes to fund pension schemes and care
Last month I covered and explained how our current pension systems are scheduled to collapse by 2032 according to Western Governments own data & reports
This financial pressure will mean younger workers will work more, leading to further declining birth rates
While the study accounted for hundreds of variables in the global economy, it was only actually interested in tracking five of them. These were, population, food, resources, industrial output and pollution
As you would assume from a range of different models, they got different results, but they all had one thing in common. They all showed a collapse of society around the year 2040
This year, more researchers have reviewed the study adding an additional 5 metrics for even greater accuracy thanks to the advent of AI. And I don’t have good news for you…
They narrowed down all the previous results to the two most likely scenarios, best case & worst case
The best case scenario was called - (CT) Comprehensive Technology:
This was a model based on continuing to live as we currently do, but technology progresses fast enough to ensure our productive capacity is able to keep up with all of the new people
Again, the population plateaus around the year 2040, but that’s due to wealthier more urban populations having less children, rather than people starving to death due to a lack of food. In this model, industrial output still peaks and then declines like the other models due to a lack of resources
The worst-case scenario model is called - Business as Usual 2 or (BAU2):
This is a model that highlights a very clear collapse of civilization as we know it. Pollution continues to increase, and a drop in available food causes birth rates to plummet in rich & poor countries alike. And when I say plummet, I really do mean plummet. Just look at this chart.
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