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19 Total Votes
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Yes, because of climate change & dwindling resources

9 votes
1 comment
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No, we're fine and the future will be bright

8 votes
4 comments
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Yes, because of other reason

1 vote
1 comment
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Yes, because of wars between countries

1 vote
1 comment
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Yes, because of terrorist attacks

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Vox_Veritas says2015-05-16T14:58:11.3780197-05:00
I thought you had left the Site.
CommunistDog says2015-05-16T15:24:18.5117109-05:00
One does not just leave the site.
CommunistDog says2015-05-16T15:24:34.5140780-05:00
And now I do not understand what I JUST said ._.
CommunistDog says2015-05-16T15:24:43.3628295-05:00
Please ignore my last few comments...
CommunistDog says2015-05-16T15:24:50.1788798-05:00
O_O
Kvasir says2015-05-16T15:51:08.4179703-05:00
This depends entirely on what is meant by "collapse". If a setback to medieval times is not considered a collapse then we will be fine. CommunistDog (left his/her comment under "No" vote): Our consumer society consumes resources at an ever accelerating rate. In fact, for our modern society to even persist, this resource consumption is absolutely necessary. These resources however are finite and will eventually run out. How are environmental groups going to change this?
Juan_Pablo says2015-05-16T16:27:39.4041645-05:00
I'm coming out firmly in favor of a one world global government. Otherwise humanity is on a trajectory toward certain annihilation!
58539672 says2015-05-16T16:30:02.6790765-05:00
One world government does not solve the resource problem and will only add more problems onto the already large pile.
Midnight1131 says2015-05-16T16:30:05.5339131-05:00
One world gov't, as soon as we're done with all these petty conflicts in between humans, we can move onto space exploration. And after colonizing the galaxy, we'll ensure that our species will survive for a long time.
CommunistDog says2015-05-16T20:00:48.8497883-05:00
One of Roosevelt's actions was to set up national forest reserves which are still up-and-running to this day!

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