Unbelievable, computers in 1972 had predicted current events

By MDS- C19 , January 16 2021

Jacques Piccard is a Swiss oceanographer and aquanaut, who died in 2008, during a program on Swiss Television in 1972.

He made an alarming speech. This famous Swiss oceanographer and aquanaut, who died in 2008, took a close interest in a scientific study revealing that if we did not change our habits, our civilization would tip over and reach a point of no return.

This famous Swiss oceanographer and aquanaut, who died in 2008, took a close interest in a scientific study revealing that if we did not change our habits, our civilization would tip over and reach a point of no return.

He said in 1972 that it was necessary to reduce "investments by 40%, pollution by 50%, exploitation of raw materials by 75% and food production by 20%. "Unfortunately, these goals were not achieved. Without this radical change, Jacques Piccard predicted that by 2030 "the population would fall sharply by about two-thirds. »

The words are amazing and incredible .

"This two-thirds is a figure that is found in all major natural disasters in animals…about two-thirds of the population disappears when there has been an excess of population,

an explosion of population "

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By MDS- C19 , January 16 2021


Jacques Piccard is a Swiss oceanographer and aquanaut, who died in 2008, during a program on Swiss Television in 1972.


He made an alarming speech. This famous Swiss oceanographer and aquanaut, who died in 2008, took a close interest in a scientific study revealing that if we did not change our habits, our civilization would tip over and reach a point of no return.



This famous Swiss oceanographer and aquanaut, who died in 2008, took a close interest in a scientific study revealing that if we did not change our habits, our civilization would tip over and reach a point of no return.


He said in 1972 that it was necessary to reduce "investments by 40%, pollution by 50%, exploitation of raw materials by 75% and food production by 20%. "Unfortunately, these goals were not achieved. Without this radical change, Jacques Piccard predicted that by 2030 "the population would fall sharply by about two-thirds. »


The words are amazing and incredible .

"This two-thirds is a figure that is found in all major natural disasters in animals...about two-thirds of the population disappears when there has been an excess of population,

an explosion of population "



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