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Given that large meteorites hit the Earth every few million years, that would be the end of it. But by that time, humanity will most likely change its appearance and live on a man-made planet away from the Sun.
probably a person will not die out but will become a robot since today a person is able to create artificial intelligence at a slow pace + given the acceleration of human development, the first robots may appear in cities in the very near future. robots are likely to displace all of humanity by the year 15,000.
If you look at it from the point of view of the Bible, then humanity will always be on earth. God created the earth for man. Beginning with Genesis, we see how he created the earth, animals, and man. Even after the flood, God assured us that: “Never again will He curse the earth because of man.” When Satan, Adam, and Eve rebelled against God and wanted to decide for themselves what was good and what was evil, humanity was on the path of destruction. More than 1,600 years later, the people who lived before the Flood were “steeped in wickedness and … all the thoughts of their hearts (were) constantly directed only to evil” (Gen. 6:5).Man has sinned against God, and there seems to be no hope for existence.There is hope, and the Creator himself assures us of this. God sent his Son to earth to give his life as a ransom for sinful humanity (John 3: 16). Jesus Christ gives great relief to repentant sinners who believe in his sacrificial death. Jesus taught us to pray to God: “May your kingdom come. May your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”. 6:9-13)What does humanity expect when God's will is fulfilled on earth? He will “wipe away every tear from … the eyes (of men), and there will be no more death, no more weeping, no more crying, no more sickness, for the former things have passed away” (Rev 21:4). People will no longer get sick and die because of inherited sin and imperfection. Those who have died but are in God's memory will have the hope of eternal life, for the Bible says, ” There will be a resurrection of the dead, the just and the unrighteous.” 24:15). War, disease, and famine will be a thing of the past, and the earth will become a paradise. Even wild animals will live in peace with people and with one another (Ps. 46:9;; Isaiah 11: 6-9; 33: 24; Luke 23: 43).Even now we see, for example, how predatory animals live with people, etc.
it will not die out, but will fly away from earth correctly, because it is possible that in 2030 we will fly to Mars… (now 2020) but I don't want to go there, but if you ask the question when humanity will die at least somewhere, then I will answer on the first day on Mars…
Pretty soon. If you make the ocean completely transparent, then you will not find hordes of marine organisms there, but a huge amount of garbage and barely living organisms that rarely skip between the huge garbage heaps. Nature is inexorably being destroyed by humanity – huge ancient forests are being cut down, huge land regions and entire oceans are already polluted with garbage, coral reefs are almost gone, fish in the oceans and seas are rapidly dying out. In 10 years, there will be no elephants and rhinos. In 100 years, wolves, deer, bears and other large mammals will die out. In 200 years, only rodents will be left of mammals…
We have a biochemist in our department who put forward the theory that people will die out in 30 years because the temperature becomes too high and we will not be able to exist from it. He says this very confidently. Who knows, maybe there is some truth in his words. Whether you believe it or not is up to you, but I doubt it.
It is believed that there should be five Buddhas in this kalpa (the period of the world's existence). Gotama Buddha was the fourth. He said that the Dhamma (teaching) revealed by him would last for 5 thousand years. He lived about 2.5 thousand years ago, that is, somewhere else at least 2.5 thousand years people will remember the Dhamma and then humanity will exist. But then the fifth Buddha, Maitreya (the Buddha of the Future), must come to the people… In general, this world is definitely enough for our age 🙂
If you are interested in exact numbers, then no one can know. But there are a lot of options for the development of the future in which humanity can disappear: a meteorite fall, a nuclear war, aggressive extraterrestrial civilizations, and so on. Most likely, humanity will disappear in the distant future as we evolve and become wiser.
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