Quo Vadis, Homo Sapiens? (Where are you Going, Homo Sapiens)
April 5, 2011
The world population doubles within the next two generations from 7 up to 13/14 billion people with decreasing growth rates. The consumption of fossil resources of raw material and energy increases accordingly. Oil and natural gas will be exhausted irreversible in less than two generations because of the extreme demands of mankind. Products like many medications, synthetics for wearing appeal etc. cannot be produced anymore lacking hydrocarbons of oil and gas. Fertilizers become rare because of fuel shortage. The agricultural area per capita will be halved resulting insufficient food supply for the mass of man living than.
For the theory that carbondioxid is responsible for our climate change no single physical proof was presented so far. This theory is provable wrong. The Billions of $ and € spend to reduce CO2 will ruin our economy. The temperature rise of the atmosphere can only be reduced by drastic reductions of our primary energy consumption. If this will not be done soon we must expect grave changes of the earth surface like an increase of the ocean water level up to several meters within the next two centuries etc..
The world economy and finance is still disastrous because we violate the natural laws of thermodynamics valid for the economy as pointed out by various scientists up to hundred years ago. Every $ and € printed to reduce world debts without any ‘value added’ will severely damage the world economy up to her total breakdown.
Based on these facts mankind is on its way to initiate an anthropogenic extinction of the Homo sapiens.
This paper explains with strong scientifically facts this future development. Possible solutions to minimize the upcoming disaster are listed.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 85
Keywords: Exponential increase of mankind, problems of food supply, depletion of fossil raw material and energy resources, world climate change, world economy, world finance, possible extinction of mankind
JEL Classification: A12, C00, E4, F00, G00, H00, O1, P16, Q0. Q1, Q2working papers series
Date posted: April 8, 2011
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