World Without End

     I have a theory, on why the world will not end on Dec. 23, 2012. My theory is as follows; Human beings currently use, on average, only twenty percent of their brain power. Therefore, it stands to reason that as a species, we have a long way to go before we are fully evolved. So as I see it, until we begin using fifty to sixty percent of our possible intelligence, and start to believe that we are God, we will continue to exist.
     However, once we cross that line, then, the end will come. And if Congress is any indicator, fifty to sixty percent won’t be attained in a thousand millenia. (At least).

Just thinking,
Jack

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2 Responses to World Without End

  1. Sean says:

    An interesting topic… I was talking to someone the other day about our rate of human progression. Their theory was based on the fact that our progression to this point is logarithmic and we’ve made exponentially more advancement in the past 50 years than we did in the past trillion. If that’s true my kids won’t die, or at least life expectancy should about 300. By 2040, the technology in place will be so advanced that the only thing that can kill us will be potential metastasizing of disease in the body as we consume more calories that feed the chance of fueling the growth.

    I just rambled but the point is that progression as we know it is logarithmic and will lend to super extreme advancement in the next 100 years.

    • by extension, shouldn’t that lead to medical advances, that may possibly eliminate disease, completely. The problem as I see it will be food, and water, theland/room necessary to grow the food may not be available, as the populationrate should also, grow exponentially. With the increase in population will also come the need for fresh water, and the seas may be desalienated to provide it. The process of evolution, seldom goes easy on the earth. But, man will be smarter then, won’t he?

      unc.

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