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2030 to Mark the Decline of Civilization

And its possible collapse, according to MIT study

When the Limits to Growth report was first released it received a scathing review in The New York Times. Critics called it “misleading and empty”. Despite being the work of a team of scientists from MIT, Limits to Growth was accused of passing off pseudoscience as real science, with the authors of The New York Times going as far as calling it “garbage”. According to them, the report had little to actually teach. Yet more recent examinations of the report — one in 2014 and another…




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Ella Alderson

Ella Alderson

Astrophysics student, writer for over a decade. A passion for language and the unexplored universe. I aim to marry poetry and science.

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