History ApocalypseHow / Class3A

18th Jan '18 5:02:35 AM Dingbot
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* ''Film/IndependenceDay'': the invading Aliens attempt this on the human race after that they planned on colonizing and draining the resources of Earth with their Queen and move on. 20 years later they've become much more sophisticated by launching one giant ship to drain the Earth's core which will no doubt cause the same effect .
** Ditto for its sequel ''Film/IndependenceDayResurgence''.

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* ''Film/IndependenceDay'': the invading Aliens attempt this on the human race after that they planned on colonizing and draining the resources of Earth with their Queen and move on. 20 [[Film/IndependenceDayResurgence Twenty years later later]] they've become much more sophisticated by launching one giant ship to drain the Earth's core which will no doubt cause the same effect .
** Ditto for its sequel ''Film/IndependenceDayResurgence''.
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7th Jan '18 11:14:03 PM superkeijikun
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* ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' sees the world slowly fall apart as a result of [[spoiler:the machinations of Ryo Asuka, who is actually the fallen angel Satan. The war between demons and humanity eventually leaves humanity extinct, and the world is destroyed in the final battle between Satan and Devilman. The anime series ''Devilman Crybaby'' shows another version of this apocalypse: after the existence of demons becomes public knowledge, humanity becomes paranoid and largely wipes itself out in the world war that follows.]]
20th Dec '17 6:45:02 AM 64SuperNintendo
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23rd Nov '17 10:45:08 AM BattleMaster
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* In Creator/OctaviaButler's ''Literature/{{Xenogenesis}}'' trilogy, the last few human survivors of a nuclear war are rescued by aliens; but, although they'll be returned to a fixed-up Earth, [[spoiler:they won't be human any more]].

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* In Creator/OctaviaButler's ''Literature/{{Xenogenesis}}'' trilogy, the last few human survivors of a nuclear war are rescued by aliens; but, although they'll be returned to a fixed-up Earth, [[spoiler:they won't be human any more]].more. And once the bioships are fully grown and leave the planet, it will cause a Class 5 or possibly even Class 6 Apocalypse]].
23rd Nov '17 10:36:42 AM BattleMaster
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* It's not explained what happened in ''Anime/GirlsLastTour'', but whatever it was wiped out most of the life on the artificial world where the protagonists live. At this point, humanity's population appears to have dropped well below sustainable levels.
23rd Oct '17 1:07:32 PM Sumatris
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* The BigBad of the disaster flick ''Film/{{Geostorm}}'' wants to annihilate the United States' rivals and enemies with a giant WeatherControlMachine while leaving the US itself (and probably a few of its protectorates) largely unscathed. Thing is, he intended to kill the one person capable of stopping the titular geostorm as part of his plan, and considering how chaotic and unpredictable even our normal weather can be, chances are he would've doomed mankind as a whole rather sooner than later.
23rd Sep '17 10:09:47 PM Vinderzlow
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* On the other hand, breakthroughs in fields of cybernetics, biomechanical technology and genetic engineering could cause a "benign" form of this. Humans could alter themselves to such a degree, first physically (and maybe mentally as well) that they simply could [[Transhuman not be considered human any more]]. It would start with life extensions, organ transplants, cybernetic body parts, mind enhancing substances, and could easily progress to biological immortality, uploading one's mind to an artificial body that is not anthropomorphic, grafting tissues and organs that bear little to no resemblance to anything human or even eschewing physical form altogether and copying/transferring one's mind to a computer network. Provided we are not knocked back a few centuries or destroy ourselves/are destroyed, this scenario will likely happen eventually.

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* On the other hand, breakthroughs in fields of cybernetics, biomechanical technology and genetic engineering could cause a "benign" form of this. Humans could alter themselves to such a degree, first physically (and maybe mentally as well) that they simply could [[Transhuman [[{{Transhuman}} not be considered human any more]]. It would start with life extensions, organ transplants, cybernetic body parts, mind enhancing substances, and could easily progress to biological immortality, uploading one's mind to an artificial body that is not anthropomorphic, grafting tissues and organs that bear little to no resemblance to anything human or even eschewing physical form altogether and copying/transferring one's mind to a computer network. Provided we are not knocked back a few centuries or destroy ourselves/are destroyed, this scenario will likely happen eventually.
23rd Sep '17 10:08:33 PM Vinderzlow
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23rd Sep '17 10:06:50 PM Vinderzlow
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* On the other hand, breakthroughs in fields of cybernetics, biomechanical technology and genetic engineering could cause a "benign" form of this. Humans could alter themselves to such a degree, first physically (and maybe mentally as well) that [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul they simply could not be considered human any more]]. It would start with life extensions, organ transplants, cybernetic body parts, mind enhancing substances, and could easily progress to biological immortality, uploading one's mind to an artificial body that is not anthropomorphic, grafting tissues and organs that bear little to no resemblance to anything human or even eschewing physical form altogether and copying/transferring one's mind to a computer network. Provided we are not knocked back a few centuries or destroy ourselves/are destroyed, this scenario will likely happen eventually.

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* On the other hand, breakthroughs in fields of cybernetics, biomechanical technology and genetic engineering could cause a "benign" form of this. Humans could alter themselves to such a degree, first physically (and maybe mentally as well) that [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul they simply could [[Transhuman not be considered human any more]]. It would start with life extensions, organ transplants, cybernetic body parts, mind enhancing substances, and could easily progress to biological immortality, uploading one's mind to an artificial body that is not anthropomorphic, grafting tissues and organs that bear little to no resemblance to anything human or even eschewing physical form altogether and copying/transferring one's mind to a computer network. Provided we are not knocked back a few centuries or destroy ourselves/are destroyed, this scenario will likely happen eventually.
30th Jul '17 11:10:33 PM Clockwork_Lemon
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* The main premise of [[Manga/DrStone]] involves every human in the world being turned to stone, and finding out the cause of this is part of the major MythArc of the series.

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* The main premise of [[Manga/DrStone]] ''Manga/DrStone'' involves every human in the world being turned to stone, and finding out the cause of this is part of the major MythArc of the series.
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