September 2025 is the predicted day (by Christians) that the world will end.
The conversations you have day to day with people you love, won’t continue. The people that you look up to and have so much admiration for, will be gone. The little things in the world such as trees or the flowers at your feet, will be gone. All because of our mass carbon dioxide emissions. In 2014, Australia alone produced 41.3 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, just by powering our motor vehicles alone. In that same year, the United States produced 15.1 trillion tonnes of carbon dioxide. The world around us is dying. Half of the world’s wetlands have evaporated since 1900. An estimated 20% of the world’s aquifers have been over exploited as of recently. According to NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment shows that Greenland lost between 150 and 250 cubic kilometres of ice per year between 2002 and 2006 whilst Antarctica lost 150 cubic kilometres of ice per year between 2002 and 2005. The global sea level has risen approximately 17.02 centimetres (6.7 inches) in the past century, and double that in the last decade. All three major global surface temperature reconstructions have shown that the globe has warmed since 1800 with most of this warming occurring in the 1970s with the 20 warmest years since 1981 and the 10 warmest years occurring in the past 12 years. It is estimated that between 2030 and 2050, climate change will cause 250,000 additional deaths from malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea and heat stress. Imagine, all of your family and friends are dying a slow and painful death possibly from the diseases listed above. In our fandoms case, no more Tuesday videos. No more Tuesday selfies. No more Snapchats from the twins. No more Instagram posts from the twins. Nothing from anyone because we’ll all go extinct. In a few coming years. The Governments around the world are focusing on things that are extremely insignificant compared to this. Korea is trying to host the Olympic Games. Australia is trying to find the culprit of who is putting needles into strawberries and mangoes. The rest of the world is focusing on things such as sharing a meme or two or posting something onto social media and complaining about their difficulties in life. No mean to be rude here, but their problems are not the main priority here. The world is dying right underneath our noses and no one is concerned whatsoever. I suggest listening to the song “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong before the world is no longer wonderful.