A Conversation for Headline News, 1890: The World Did Not End

The end is late, like everything else

Post 1

paulh, making lemonade from the lemons that life has given me

The end comes at different times to individuals.

Who really knows what, if anything, happens afterwards?

Here on Earth have we no continuing place.
Hebrews 13:14

Barring an asteroid impact, we won't go together.


The end is late, like everything else

Post 2

Caiman raptor elk - Escaping the Array

If Humanity consists of one last person, Humanity will die in one go. (and pretty lonely). Trying to get that person in the path of an asteroid seems pretty unlikely, stupidity and age are so much more efficient (in a mutually exclusive way)


The end is late, like everything else

Post 3

paulh, making lemonade from the lemons that life has given me

The assumption is that enough people will reproduce that someone will be left to perpetuate the genome. Barring that asteroid, we have a cushion of about 7 billion. Granted, they might not all be talking to each other, but...


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