If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may be aware that I am currently working on a book called “How to Survive an Apocalypse”.
It’s going to be an interesting book, because the way that I’ve written about it, the things I’ve discussed about it have been controversial.
The title of the book, How to Survive An Apocalypse, has caused a great deal of controversy in the scientific community, as well as in the public consciousness.
For instance, the book has been compared to The Bible: A Bible for Scientists and The New Atheism: A New Age Belief System.
In fact, there’s a lot of overlap in both titles.
One point that is not mentioned is that the book is a collection of essays written by a group of scientists who were concerned with the implications of a “post-apocalypse” scenario.
This group included Dr. James Hansen, Dr. Richard Lindzen, Dr. Peter Diamandis, Drs.
James Randi, Richard Dawkins, and Dr. Michael Shermer.
It also included Drs Peter Thiel, Peter Thiel Foundation, and Dr Richard Falk, the co-founder of PayPal and founder of Thiel Capital.
I’m going to explain why this is so before we get into the actual book itself.
First of all, the title is misleading.
To be clear, this is not a book about the impact of a post-human society on humanity.
Rather, it’s about the implications for our society of an impending apocalypse, a scenario in which our current, post-human society may disappear completely, and all of the resources we rely on, from technology to the internet to medicine to law to our own lives, will cease to exist.
There’s a reason why the title of my book is called How to Save the World: A Post-Apocalypse Survival Guide, and it’s because this is exactly the scenario that I wanted to explain in my book.
But let’s not get too bogged down in the terminology here.
As a general rule, the term post apocalyptic is applied to scenarios that would end human existence, or that are thought to have a future in which humans will not exist anymore.
Here are a few examples of what the term means: A post-apocalyptic scenario is one in which human civilization ceases to exist within the next several centuries.
A post apocalypse scenario would also involve the disappearance of most of human civilization.
An apocalyptic societal would include the following: The collapse of the United States as a major global power, as happened in 1945, 1946, and 1957.
Human civilization would be reduced to the status of an abstract concept, an artifact of a post-modern world.
A collapse of large-scale, well-organized, and powerful organized religion, as occurred in the early 1900s. No longer can a large government function effectively as a national, regional, or global governing entity.
(As of 2017, a government that is large enough to function as such is in extinction mode, according to a paper by the Harvard Center for the Study of War and Peace.)
In addition, there is a fear of extinction, the fear that humans may have become extinct from lack of resources, and the fear of extinction of large populations of humans who would no longer be able to provide for their own needs and that of their children.
At the same time, human humans would still be able, through the development of technology, to sustain themselves without the destruction of their environment.
Additionally, the concept of apocalypse has also been used as a political tool to try to force societies to accelerate their plans to become post apocalypses.
Some social engineering activists are using the post – apocalypse term to pressure governments to increase their commitments to reducing population growth and reducing population density.
However, it is important to realize that the term apocolypse is a political term, and we need to be careful not to overstate the threat posed by a post apocalypse scenario.
One of the main purposes of the book is to explore the ramifications of a post apocalypse society, so let’s take a look at what is involved in describing what a post apocalyptic society might look like, what effects it might have, and what we can expect from it in the future.
Before we get to the actual details of the scenario, I’ll provide some background