ANSWERS: 6
  • I would think so. All it takes is one wrong tweet by a world leader to bring out the worst.
  • "This too shall pass" --attributed to Persian poet Attar of Nishapur.
  • It had better not.
    • Linda Joy
      Why's that?
  • No. I'm not sure when the end of the aeon comes though, when does the age of Aquarius begin?
    • Linda Joy
      I agree with you on this one. I'm too close to the end of my life to believe it will end in my lifetime and I've seen the human race weather too much to think any little thing will end it.
    • mushroom
      Aquarius? Is "Hair" back?
    • Creamcrackered
      :D Only on the face judging by the amount of beards.
    • Creamcrackered
      The end of civilisation as we knew it Linda, that is coming to an end. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNxCa9TidYo
  • No. But I'm ready to defend my home if need be.
    • Linda Joy
      I have no doubt you are!! I, on the other hand, have nothing left to defend.
    • Archie Bunker
      There's always something to defend. Your life, for one.
  • Depends how you define it. The end of my world will occur at the end of my life.
    • Linda Joy
      I thought everyone knew what that meant. Since you don't believe in God I used the succinct definition from Wiktionary: "death and destruction of life on Earth, especially human"
    • bostjan64
      Death and destruction of life on Earth happens every day. If I can get semantic for a moment, though, no life form on Earth will witness the death of the last life form on Earth within it's lifetime. But if I am to take a few liberties and ponder whether or not I might witness the beginning of the end, so to speak, I'd guess probably not. I think that plague, famine, nuclear war, zombie apocalypse, invasion of crab people from outer space, the resurrection of Cthulhu, etc., as horrible as they may be, will not wipe out all humans on Earth in any short time-frame.

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