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The Most Likely Ways The Human Race Will End, According To Science

It's hard to get around it: We're probably all pretty screwed, and we don't know why. Sure, at an individual level, we've got things like heart disease, obesity, and car accidents to worry about, but from a wider perspective, we just can't know what will pound the final nail into humanity's collective coffin. Still, we humans are nothing if not gamblers. We love prognosticating our own demise...

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    The Most Likely Ways The Human Race Will End, According To Science

    The Most Likely Ways The Human Race Will End, According To Science

    It's hard to get around it: We're probably all pretty screwed, and we don't know why. Sure, at an individual level, we've got things like heart disease, obesity, and car accidents to worry about, but from a wider perspective, we just can't know what will pound the final nail into humanity's collective coffin. Still, we humans are nothing if not gamblers...

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    What A Nuclear Missile Strike Really Does

    Despite its many practical uses in the modern world, nuclear power carries a bit of a negative reputation. Disasters involving nuclear power — perhaps most notably, the infamous Chernobyl incident of 1986 — have left a near-indelible stain on the minds of many people, even though today's nuclear-powered technologies are said to be much safer...

    The Worst Ways To Die According To Scientists

    The Worst Ways To Die According To Scientists

    No one can say for sure what happens after death. The religious tend to cling to the idea of an afterlife of either endless joy or eternal suffering, depending on one's earthly actions. Others say death is just the dissipation of human consciousness into nothingness. Or it might be one of the signs we may be living in a simulation; perhaps after...

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