End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World: Asteroids, Super Volcanoes, Rogue Robots, and More

End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World: Asteroids, Super Volcanoes, Rogue Robots, and More

What is going to cause our extinction? How can we save ourselves and our future? End Times answers the most important questions facing humankindEnd Times is a compelling work of skilled reportage that peels back the layers of complexity around the unthinkable-and inevitable-end of humankind. From asteroids and artificial intelligence to volcanic supereruption to nuclear...

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Title:End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World: Asteroids, Super Volcanoes, Rogue Robots, and More
Author:Bryan Walsh
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End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World: Asteroids, Super Volcanoes, Rogue Robots, and More Reviews

  • Kaitlyn
    End Times was my first glimpse into a book outside of my comfort zone. I've never read beyond fiction, but this was just so interesting. It's no unknown fact that the world is bound to come to an end soon with the way humanity is continuing to live, but the book gives a glimpse of the way it could e...
  • Brent Alley
    I read this mainly because I won in the giveaway. I've mainly been reading fantasy so this was a break in between the wheel of time series and it was a good break. It was really interesting. The author clearly put in a lot of work and research to put together a list of the most likely ways for the h...
  • Lissa
    So a strange thing happened while reading this book. While reading a chapter about the possibility and consequences of an asteroid striking the Earth, I happened upon a news story about an asteroid coming within such a near distance to the planet that it surprised scientists. Suffice to say, that de...
  • Steve
    Interesting look at possible apocalypses I enjoyed this book. Despite the subject matter, Bryan Walsh manages to incorporate appropriate humor. Walsh also puts himself into the story, which I generally like. It creates a closer relationship between me and the author. When I started the book, I found...
  • Dan Graser
    It is one of the fundamental shortcomings and arrogance of the human psyche to always imagine that your own generation is the one likely to see the end times. Never mind the fact that everyone who has ever existed that thought this way was incorrect, we nevertheless see such nihilistic glee both fro...
  • Peter (Pete) Mcloughlin
    I literally feel sick after reading this book. It is not the author's fault it is the subject matter. Essentially there are six ways to Sunday it all could end some by nature some or (more likely) by our own hand. I know a few more by nature that could happen that the author doesn't mention but I t...
  • Rama
    An interesting perspective for the future of the planet The author offers an interesting view for the future from a variety of catastrophes; asteroid impact, volcanoes, nuclear war, climate change, diseases, biotech, artificial intelligence, and aliens. He articulates these world-ending apocalypse w...
  • Grumpus
    The grumpus23 (23-word commentary)The demise of humanity. Asteroid? Volcano? Nuclear? Climate change? Disease? Biotechnology? Artificial Intelligence? Aliens? Excessive political editorializing not appreciated. Just the facts, please....

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