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What would the Last Days in the Caribbean look like?

The Last Days in a Biblical sense is specific to death and destruction but in a general sense can speak to the end of time as we know it. If we think industrialization, think invention of cars, think invention of the internet – we could argue that humanity has experienced the end of the ‘world’ as we knew it many times over the course of history. While these can be considered low risks shifts, I’m anticipating the next shift to be a little more: the end of Earth as we know it. Dramatic, right? Let me explain.

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The Last Days in a Biblical sense is specific to death and destruction but in a general sense can speak to the end of time as we know it. If we think industrialization, think invention of cars, think invention of the internet – we could argue that humanity has experienced the end of the ‘world’ as we knew it many times over the course of history. While these can be considered low risks shifts, I’m anticipating the next shift to be a little more: the end of Earth as we know it. Dramatic, right?  Let me explain.

NASA, a USA government space initiative, has spent roughly 16billion a year over the last 60 years. That’s over 900 billion. Just for the USA space program. If we were to include Russia, China, Japan, and India and the rest of the 52 space programs we – Earthlings – could easily have spent…

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