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does the fact that the end of world as we knew it has arrived freak you out?

and how do you see the world in 10 years from now?? (our way of life)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I don't see the world much changed in 10 years. With the Democrats in power, some sanity will return. The last 8 years will just be a nightmare that we will gradually forget.

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  • Ruth
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Sometimes yes it does. But we are only the beginning of things happening. Like when they come up with the wheel. Now they could make a wagon and carry stuff. A chariott, a potters wheel.

    Even a grinding stone or wheel. With animals to turn it to grind the grain. That was a big thing.

    Now it is the stars. But like a baby growing in the womb waiting that day when it can burst out and see the world.

    Only to find out its mother is having it aborted today.

    Will the adults have the earth ruined by polution or blown up with nuclear weapons so that we never get a chance to live?

    They think young people are expendable then complain that Children don't respect them. While they send 3000 young men to die in Iraq. 20,000 to 30,000 are coming home disabled.

    Then they come on here and say they appreciate the soldiers in Iraq. Think the president is doing one heck of a job.

    Maybe we should send everyone over 65 to fight the next war.

    Maybe they should remember we are the ones decideing what the nursing homes will be like for them. Maybe we should send everyone over to Iraq when they hit 65 or 70. Aren't they the ones that think it is such a great thing. Worth sending us to our death for. We are expendable but their lives are precious.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The end of the word does not freak me out because I don't know when it will happen. So there is no point living in fear.

    As for how I see the world in 10 years? Farked. I feel that it has been on very steep downhill run since 2000.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't think the world will be around in 10 years, Jesus will return before then.

    I'm not at all freaked out, as a matter of fact I can hardly wait .

    Have a safe and Happy New Year !

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  • 1 decade ago

    To quote the REM song "it's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine"

    10 years from now-same stuff; no better and probably no worse. Hopefully the U.S. will be out of Iraq by then.

    And Frank has a point there. After watching that Al Gore flick, 'an inconvenient truth', I totally agree.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The Fact? what facts are you talking about? if it was fact then you would not be reading this now. And you and I would not have a worry about tomarrow if even 10 years from when the worlds end.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    What freaks me out is how little people care about the environment - especially Bush and brown-nosed Australian prime minister Howard who didn't sign the Kyoto. In 10 years from now there will be millions more people and millions less species. Check out www.vhemt.com.

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  • 1 decade ago

    ten years from now, i will probably still see the world as i do now, with my eyeballs, as for the end of the world, "freaking me out" i think my freak will have long expired before that time arrives, and if it happens tomorrow, NO, it will not "freak me out"

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  • 1 decade ago

    The end of the world depends on which religion you believe in.

    The Christian Bible preaches that you will continue living in the new heavens and the new earth if you trust and believe in your creator

    God.

    This new life is given to all who believe in the death and resurrection

    of Jesus Christ the Son of God - through whom we inherit eternal life.

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  • trhwsh
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    No it takes a little more than that to freak me out.

    I can see bubbles and people wearing funny looking hats so they can breath.

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