Human society is on track for a collapse in the next two decades if there isn’t a serious shift in global priorities, according to a new reassessment of a 1970s report, Vice reported.
This does not mean the end of humanity, but the end of capitalism.
The report goes on to say there is still a fix, Through the Stabilized World (SW) scenario. In this way humans decide to deliberately limit economic growth on their own, before a lack of resources forces them to.
Not sure if humans are capable of this.
But I think we need to have the Safe Network in place to help humanity better deal with such a collapse through lateral power sharing, which is based on decentralized economics. I think the Safe Network could potentially still be profitable, and a growing source of economics for the masses, even under the (SW) scenario; as data will become ever more important to economic growth beyond raw resources.
What do you think, are we headed for a collapse? Can the Safe Network play a large role in the solutions we need to fix this?