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Physical Attraction


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Jun 17, 2018

Should we be talking about a one-world government to head off existential threats? What about schemes to preserve human genetic information, or launch relics from our civilisation to land on the moon? 

Is worrying about the end of the world even worthwhile?
What can we practically do to reduce the risks for our civilisation?

These are the questions that this, the very last episode in our TEOTWAWKI series (okay... for now...) will explore.

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We're having a week to write and research and when we come back, we'll be talking about Isaac Newton.