End Of Our Civilisation Predicted By Supercomputer From 1973:”Soon!”

The End Is Nigh-ish..again. I would suggest using discernment and caution with this report, but it is interesting nevertheless!

Apocalypse computer predicts end of the world – and it’s just a few years away

THE world will end in 2040 as over-population and pollution choke the world – according to an advanced computer programme.

By Charlotte Ikonen / Published 14th August 2018

The end of the world prediction was made by researchers in 1973 – using the programme “World One” but has resurfaced this week.
The Australian Broadcasting Company has also republished its original report on the doomsday prediction machine.
The computer analysed trends such as pollution levels, population growth and the depletion of natural resources.
“At around 2020, the condition of the planet becomes highly critical,” the report said…



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