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WARNING: About 20 percent of the global population could perish by 2016
FIRE-EARTH’s population model shows mass die-offs resulting from human impact on the planet and the planetary response to the anthropogenic harm could occur by early 2016.
- RANDOM. The mass die-offs would occur randomly.
- UNSTOPPABLE. Once triggered, the chain-reaction created by the dynamics of mass die offs would burst out of control.
On May 15, 2011 symbolic countdown to the ‘worst day’ in human history began...
FIRE-EARTH Climate Models show climate change forcings and feedbacks switching global weather patterns onto “primordial tracks.”
The extreme weather events triggered by anthropogenic climate change have a four-prong impact on humans over the next 50 months. FIRE-EARTH models forecast:
- Average decline of 22% in the global agricultural output
- Loss of topsoil and worsening of soil quality
- Increases in the size and occurrence of dead zones
- Large decline in marine food sources
Spread of Disease
- Substantial increases in the spread of diseases
- vector borne
- Air borne
- water borne
- food borne
- Increase in the spread of human immunodeficiency
- Significant decline in air quality (and corresponding increase in chronic respiratory diseases)
- Worsening of water pollution
Major increases in the number of deaths and injuries, as well as large scale displacements due to the loss of shelter and livelihood caused by extreme weather and geophysical events including:
- Storms and Extreme Weather
- Flash Flooding
- Drought and Deluge
- Extremes of Temperature
- Loss of “Seasons”
- Volcanic activity*
The Combined Effect
Social upheaval, regional conflicts and wars caused by mass migrations and scarcity of basic resources resulting from the combined effects of the above.