“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.”― Charles Darwin
More than 99% of all species that have ever lived on Earth are now extinct. The vast majority died out for not being able to compete for resources or to adapt to changes in their local environment. In addition, a large number of species perished during relatively short-term mass extinction events when the environment changed so quickly that species were not able to cope.
It is widely accepted that Earth has been devastated by five mass extinction events over the past 450 million years, and data is showing that right now Earth is on the brink of a new mass extinction event. This time, however, humans are central part of it. Never before in the history of mankind have human beings faced so many environmental threats and global crisis at the same time. We are on a collision course with multiple disastrous parameters, and only expertise and a suitable plan can guarantee our survival.
The Ecosystem that sustains all of life on planet earth could reach a critical tipping point within our life time. The nuclear devastation to our oceans, The elitist new world order agenda, the growing threat of war, domestic and international terrorism, immoral overbearing governments, financial crisis and looming economic collapse, over-population, growing shortage of food and drinkable water, climate change, oceans rising, changes in the thermohaline circulation, floods, earthquakes and hurricanes, just to mention a few, are only the tip of the Iceberg. Below are just a few examples of the risks and global changes we must now face for survival.