Will This “End Of The World” Prediction Be Right?

Politicians and pundits seem to always be making predictions, and, frankly, those predictions are consistently wrong. After all, they are usually claiming that some specific thing is going to cause the end of the world as we know it, and we’re still here. Doesn’t cause you to have a lot of faith in those making predictions, does it?

But a computer program being used by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has made a prediction that may be worth, at least, thinking about before making a decision whether you believe it or not. Michael Snyder writes,

A computer model that was originally developed in 1973 by a group of scientists at MIT is warning that things are about to dramatically change.  If the computer predictions are accurate, our standard of living will start to decline dramatically around the year 2020, and we will witness the “end of civilization” around the year 2040.  Of course this is not the first time ominous predictions such as this have been made about our future.  For years, experts have been warning that we are heading for severe shortages of water, food and oil as our limited natural resources begin to run out.  For years, experts have been warning that our economic model is not sustainable and that we are heading for a historic collapse.  For years, experts have been warning about the alarming increase in seismic activity all over the planet and about the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.  Society is crumbling all around us, and the elements for a “perfect storm” are definitely coming together.

So maybe this computer model is on to something.

Snyder points out that this computer program was originally commissioned by the Club of Rome which has a history of making doom-and-gloom predictions. Yet, we’re still here over forty years on from when they first made those predictions. So, you could be forgiven for believing that the the Club of Rome’s software is completely wrong.

History, overall, would tend to support you.

Still, there have been (rather rare) occasions when predictions have come true, so it may be worth considering whether the computer software could actually have some inkling of truth to it.

Either way, you would be better off prepared for the worst and hoping for the best than to be caught unprepared.

 
 

  • CCHGN

    Survival is making ALL the RIGHT decisions, ALL the time. Making ONE wrong decision can be fatal. Making a series of wrong decisions, will DEFINITELY be fatal. Look at my vids on YT: CCHGN

  • Turtle Keeper

    WOW!!!!!!! There must be a mistake made here….I don’t see where we need to send money for some useless report or book. They actually did this for nothing….I guess I better go back and read this again…ye they didn’t ask for money….. These guys are slipping!!

  • Mike Pope

    I use to care but the more I see with evil miserable inconsiderate people I could care less cell phone use in Gyms in Cars while there driving shopping check out lines Idiot politicians like Maxine Waters preaching violence & nothing happens Muslims setting up Terrorist Training Camps & being turned lose by wimpy Judges people are rude & have the Me Me Me attitude if the man above wants to end all of this Garbage so be it

  • maws

    so much for the experts, anyone remember all the predictions for the year 2000

  • Deborah Gillis

    Be smart about money Pay bills up quickly and don’t live on your credit card except for a car payment. There are many ways to not be in debt…

  • Robert Taylor

    every year there is a new month of doom