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As bad as things are, there still exists one glimmer of hope. Humans have managed to develop the technology to leave this planet and send settlers out to colonize a newly found planet that orbits in the habitable zone of its star.
Although, if we did end up going to another planet, would religion follow?
Global warming has reached the point of no return, a study published in the Tuesday edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by a joint team of the U.S., French and Swiss researchers concludes.
Planet Earth will be too hot for humans to inhabit in just 300 years, a group of scientists are saying.
Australian scientists have warned half the planet could "simply become too hot" for human habitation by the year 2300
The research, produced in partnership with the Purdue University in the United States, is published in the US-based scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) on Tuesday.
Originally posted by shadowland8
reply to post by Mapkar
Does it matter if we're the same on other planets? If/When we do go to other worlds, it'll be for new resources, not to start some laid back unified line of hippies.
Originally posted by skonaz
Sadly I don't think we'll have until 2075 to get it together -
We may simply run out of time and not have the ability to reach another world let alone colonize one.