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The supercomputer calculated the date of the end of the world

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World One, a supercomputer designed to predict patterns in human civilization, has been able to calculate that the end of the world will likely come as early as 2050. About this on Wednesday, November 9, informs British edition of The Daily Star.

The calculations of the computer, which was created in 1973 by order of the international public organization the Club of Rome, are based on a complex algorithm that takes into account a large number of factors. Including the birth rate, as well as the level of environmental pollution, the publication notes. A full analysis at the same time helps to predict what life can be like. According to the publication, some of the predictions of this machine came true, including its prediction of a decrease in the availability of natural resources, as well as vital minerals.

The reason for the extinction of mankind, the publication reported, may be the activities of people, for example, environmental pollution, which is becoming critical. “At the current stage, approximately between 2040 and 2050, civilized life as we know it on this planet will no longer exist,” the material stated.

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