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Which is the Greater Threat to Humankind - Nuclear War or Viral Outbreak?

  1. Rachelle Williams profile image90
    Rachelle Williamsposted 6 years ago

    Which is the Greater Threat to Humankind - Nuclear War or Viral Outbreak?

  2. Apostle Jack profile image60
    Apostle Jackposted 6 years ago

    I think that the greater treat to humankind is the lack of SPIRITUAL knowledge.
    Its like having a plate without food on it. It is more to the SPIRITUAL side than it is the physical side.
    This world have not  finish growing yet.

  3. health-resource profile image58
    health-resourceposted 6 years ago

    I'd say it's fairly even, no?  Both are definitely possible.

  4. Ffirebrand profile image54
    Ffirebrandposted 6 years ago

    I think neither the rate the world is populating before either of those we will starve or you'll end up seeing unexplained deaths.
    I personally think there should be a cap on populating just for the sake of it e.g if you already have two kids then no more our world can't cope with it look how much we have already grown in the last two years at this rate we will be over run by the time I hit 70.

    I think those who selfishly have 5-10children who can't afford them and are living on the dole shouldnt have been allowed to get to that stage especially since some people out there haven't got any children want one and are forced to adopt.

    If you want more than2-3kids then help some poor kid who has lost their parent or had to be moved and adopt give them a better life and lots of love.

    But that's just what I think just an opinion and quite a small one in the scape of things

  5. MakeEasyCash profile image73
    MakeEasyCashposted 6 years ago

    Viral outbreak in a scary sense is most cost effective and can actually be very easy to transmit. Nuclear warfare would be quick but expensive. A viral outbreak I think would be something people should fear more because we would never see it coming.

 
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