The debate "Doomsday is a real concept" was started by
October 20, 2015, 12:30 pm.
29 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 6 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Naiju posted 1 argument, Hitmenjr posted 1 argument, PsychDave posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
shb_1995 posted 2 arguments, Alex posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Naiju, Hitmenjr, wayneSPEC, mrsdebate3, Anas, elson, PsychDave, ISI, Spy, Ghauri, Sunni, zoeclare7 and 17 visitors agree.
shb_1995, KicknRush and 4 visitors disagree.
Eventually the sun will burn out. If we live that long, doomsday for Earth will be inevitable. Other than that, there is always the risk of meteors impacting, as well as the threat of nuclear Holocaust. Doomsday will happen, it's just a matter of time.
what is not true. There is a chance that could happen, and I'd that dies happen it will propel us into a new Era.
But what are the chances of that happening or what are the chances of that not happening? There is no certain/definite chance of either. Dooms day may be a concept but an uncertain one and therefore, not true.
that could happen and this is how. the sun sends of solar flares. these solar flares go in various directions including to earth. well there are a type of solar flare that can seriously mess up all electricity if it hits earth. if it does hit earth power would be down, and we could not do anything with electricity. no cars, phones, tv, or anything. this solar flare has hit earth before in the 1800's. telegrams were all shut down. luckily it did not hit a few years ago, when one barely passed earth. the media was too caught up in other stuff to report it. if this happened we would be thrown back into a age before electricity, and many of us do not know how to live without electricity.
one of these in typically sent in the direction of earth every 200 years. according to this we should be good for 200 years. but who knows? could happen tomorrow.
I don't think it will be a single day on which we will be doomed by earthquakes and such. It will actually be an era (like Medieval times, Industrial age, etc) whereby our reasources will keep on depleting and millions will start dying everyday, etc.
I agree that we are doomed but we will not vanish in a single day.
Will time be destroyed then?
Everything which arrived or existed will destroy afterwards