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Anonymous asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 2 months ago

Valuable lesson learned?

Human will not go extinct due to nuclear war, asteroid or climate change. But will die by getting infected with virus. How virus spread world wide so rapidly. Next time it might be more dangerous.

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  • 2 months ago

    Depends on what you call a valuable lesson learned. National Leadership wise, no because we're divided. If everyone was willing to put aside our races inherent narcissism for individuality assertiveness and agreed to collectively perform social distancing, this pandemic would be over with soon.

    Earth will continually try to find ways to limit population for sustainability. Which, is what covid is doing. We happen to have technology that can develop vaccines to counter it. This breeds arrogance by thinking we can outwit the earth. 

    Eventually, humans, the earth, or the universe will create a situation human technology can't solve or doesn't give humans a large enough time frame to solve. That will be the end of the human race. Right now, I'm leaning towards human overpopulation and cross-over diseases from wild animals as the causes for human extinction because of the effects they have on the food chain, land area use, and fresh water reserves. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Nope. Never will because we are exceptionally dumb.  We can only try to exist, but this planet wants to kill us all. Skin color don't matter.

  • 2 months ago

    Few scenarios:

    1. global economy - goods are transporting amount nations which can also bring virus to each country. Virus has been found existing on deep freeze packages and even on cargo containers.  

    2. Virus on air droplets - health passengers have been infected in a long range flight. Planes are intaking air from outside but little filtering.

    3. That virus may be from ancient time, i.e. it has killed some dinosaurs. As the freezing lands are melting down. It has been released. Canada and Greenland to U.S. Russia to Europe and Alaska and Russia to China. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    before covid-19 pandemic, trump cut national and international funding for virus research

    coincidence ?

    trump cut WHO funding

    coincidence ?

    yank resident evil ?

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    A new pandemic becomes increasingly possible as humans enter remote areas (eg by clearing rainforests for agriculture) where there are animals carrying novel viruses or as animals carrying viruses move from remote areas which have become too warm due to global warming and this brings them closer to humans. But COVID has shown that vaccines can be developed quickly using new techniques and that might save mankind from a particularly deadly virus. And next time the travel bans and other measures will come much faster.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    in the early 2000s there was a big race to map the human genome . it turns out it was not to further science , it was to weaponize viruses to specific groups or  races . the mad scientists were looking for a way to kill only certain folks . 

  • 2 months ago

    People are not scared that humanity will become extinct due to coronavirus.  Obviously this would not happen, because 99% and more will survive it.  They are frankly afraid that death happens to everybody.  

    It is not the facts that are causing trouble.  It is the degree of courage and intelligence.  Nevertheless, humanity will survive.

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