I took a test after I found that in Nicky’s blog. So I took the test too and here is the result.
You Should Be a Science Fiction Writer
Your ideas are very strange, and people often wonder what planet you’re from.
And while you may have some problems being “normal,” you’ll have no problems writing sci-fi.
Whether it’s epic films, important novels, or vivid comics…
Your own little universe could leave an important mark on the world!
Hello people, I’m here to post something new and interesting.
Astrophysicists have predicted that an asteroid called “Apophis” named after the ancient Egyptian god of death is going to get very close to earth and if nothing is done it will come back and hit us 7 years later. Check this video out.
Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, describes how this could happen. Death can never be described this hilarious. You guys need to watch this 5 mins video. I’m so glad we get to see an asteroid so close in this life time. I would even go to Santa Monica to see it.
Hi there people, haven’t posted for a long time. Today, I found a cool post in Daily Galaxy. Researchers on the brink of creating Beer that fights cancer and Heart Disease. What could be a better discovery that this? All my praise to those researchers.
Join hands with me and fight cancer. “Lets drink our way to eradicate cancer”.
I read about this article in Daily Galaxy news. Its a pretty awesome site for daily update on whats happening in the universe. So here, the Institute for the Future is inviting the world to play Superstruct,the worlds first massively multi-player forecasting game. It’s not just about envisioning the future—it’s about inventing the future, creating superstructures to solve and counter super threats facing the planet.
It seems based on an year long Super-computer simulation, the Global Extinction Awareness System (GEAS) has reset the “survival horizon” for Homo sapiens from “indefinite” to 23 years. Yea… 23 years! The GEAS president Audrey Chen said “The survival horizon identifies the point in time after which a threatened population is expected to experience a catastrophic collapse, is the point from which it a species is unlikely to recover. By identifying a survival horizon of 2042, GEAS has given human civilization a definite deadline for making substantive changes to planet and practices.”
Well, 2042 is definitely not the end of the world for us. Obviously. But, it does emphasizes in changing our daily practices towards the environment. So definitely somewhere down the line, the human race will be extinct just like any other species. But, may that be in millions or billions and not just a few thousands. Even the Dinosaurs managed 88 million years of survival before, being supposedly hit by a meteor. We are only 200,000 years old!