Humanity has a one in six chance of survival

I have been reading some very pessimistic books lately. For example “Falter” or “Novacene”. Hence “The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity”. The power of humanity, which has reached a point where we pose a serious risk to our own existence. How we react to this risk is up to us. The problem is not so much an excess of technology as a lack of wisdom. Either humanity takes control of its destiny…

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Father of two, strategy and innovation specialist, entreprenerd, author, speaker, business book geek, perception pionieer. See www.ronimmink.com

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Ron Immink

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Father of two, strategy and innovation specialist, entreprenerd, author, speaker, business book geek, perception pionieer. See www.ronimmink.com

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