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More than 99.9 percent of all species that have inhabited the Earth are extinct – could mankind be next?  Black holes hurdling through space, deadly asteroids able to wipe out northern Europe in a single blow, hostile extra-terrestrials…science has introduced us to a host of galactic doomsday scenarios that could jeopardize our planet.  But, these cosmic catastrophes are second tier to the dangers that Mother Nature – and mankind itself – can inflict.  The same cutting edge technology that allows us to create machines with artificial intelligence and attempt to reconstruct the very nature of life may have the power to unleash powerful forces that could spiral out of our control.  Will a supervolcanic eruption alter our planet’s atmosphere so completely that we stand little chance of survival?  Could a pandemic on a scale larger than the 1918 Spanish influenza sweep the...
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