When will life end? The latest version of a ‘final Earth’ forecast

Written by By Tara Perkins, CNN Covidiasolution is here again, or at least the projected time that humans will live on Earth continue to grow by about two years a year for the sake…

When will life end? The latest version of a 'final Earth' forecast

Written by By Tara Perkins, CNN

Covidiasolution is here again, or at least the projected time that humans will live on Earth continue to grow by about two years a year for the sake of science. Since 2006, this projected scenario has been updated every four years to account for the increased evidence of humanity’s impending end. Here’s the latest version from the International Space Station (ISS).

At the track press conference in 2014, JAXA astronaut Akihiko Hoshide said, “our oxygen manufacturing process uses all of the oxygen in our body. In a little while, the more humans live out here, the less it will be.” So many of us on Earth, simply breathing our last.

Before you panic, all of this is being done in the name of science. It isn’t the first attempt at estimating how long the current spike in population will last. In 1995, Russian scientists predicted the 3,000 year current rate to be 8 million people per year. In 2006, a group of scientists, led by Manuel Dieckmann from Oxford University, said the rate could eventually go as high as 15 million per year. With more scientific knowledge and extrapolation, these predictions have in essence been the standard for how long humanity will continue to populate Earth.

Covidialism isn’t a total downfall for humans, though.

“After 150 years of the ‘exploration agenda’ it’s possible to merge with nature and reconstitute our own planet. Assuming this will not only be eco-secure, but will also be a good place for all the earth’s species to become capable of all the complex behaviors they require,” said James Hansen, from the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

According to the most recent projections, we’re already halfway to 15 million new inhabitants per year, or an additional 8 million this year alone.

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