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Ominous predictions for the future of humanity on Earth – “These will lead to our mass extinction”

Ominous predictions for the future of humanity on Earth – “These will lead to our mass extinction”

The future of humanity on Earth, along with that of every other mammal, looks ominous, and now science confirms it.

According to a recent study conducted by the University of Bristol and published in the journal Nature Geoscience, at the end of 2023, there will be a “triple strike” that will lead to our disappearance from the face of the Earth.

The main reason is the harsh conditions that the human race will face.

Researchers report that planet Earth will not look like what we know today, and that a supercontinent will appear in the very distant future. They named it Pangea Ultima, after Pangea – the first supercontinent to exist on Earth about 300 million years ago.

“The Earth could reach a tipping point that could make it uninhabitable for mammalian life.”

According to Ladbl One of the researchers’ bleakest findings concerns the ferocity of the planet’s cold winds. These are temperatures below minus 10 degrees Celsius, where the wind crushes our skin and bones in a process called ischemic necrosis.

Meanwhile, the average daily temperature on Earth will be between 40 and 50 degrees Celsius, with the Sun shining brighter. It’s getting worse because more volcanic eruptions are occurring around the planet, dumping tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the planet’s atmosphere.

“Combined with tectonic and geographic fluctuations in atmospheric carbon dioxide, Earth could reach a tipping point that makes it uninhabitable for mammalian life,” the study says.

“It is important that we do not lose sight of the current climate crisis.”

As for humanity, the study says that all of the above events will lead to its mass extinction.

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The only positive thing is that all of this is expected to happen in the distant future, about 250 million years from now.

However, the message is clear: “It is crucial that we do not lose sight of the current climate crisis, caused by human emissions of greenhouse gases. While we expect the planet to be uninhabitable in 250 million years, we are already witnessing extreme heat that is harmful to human health.” “That is why it is necessary to achieve net zero emissions as soon as possible,” explains Dr. Eunice Lu, one of the researchers.

It is also noted that the predictions are also based on humanity stopping the use of fossil fuels for the time being, which we know is not the case.