Looking at the current situation, it seems that today’s human population is there for a relatively short period of time, while we want to be on this earth for a long time. Therefore, the dangers that threaten the survival of mankind have to be kept in mind. The following text mentions the same risks that need to be reduced or completely eliminated.
1) Climate change issue
If we look at the geological record, we know that there has never been a time in the entire history of the earth when the climate has warmed so much in such a short period of time that the effects can be seen everywhere such as the times. Frequent and extreme weather events such as tornadoes and hurricanes, increased droughts, more variable weather, irregular seasons, increased melting of glaciers and rising sea levels.
Although climate change is not necessarily a major threat to human existence, it can be said with certainty that it can adversely affect our lifestyle in modern times.
2) Abolition of nuclear weapons
An atomic bomb is not a threat to the entire humanity, but there are thousands of nuclear bombs in the world at the moment, which if exploded, threaten many species of life. A nuclear bomb event or an explosion can lead to a large-scale nuclear conflict on a global scale. We need to disarm as many nuclear nations as possible to reduce the risk of catastrophe.
3) Protection from meteorites
If you want to know the serious consequences of ignoring the dangers posed by space, look at the fate of the dinosaurs that lived before us. Countless or even a single super-giant meteorite could cause mass extinction of any species. A collision of space rocks from Earth can wipe out a single species forever.
Although these types of events are very rare, the risk of them still exists, so we need to equip ourselves with meteorite detection and mitigation strategies such as NASA’s recent DART mission to retrieve such space rocks from Earth. Used to keep away.