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on Aug. 28, 2013 :
The book is good, if you want a 'real' doomsday scenarios, not a near-d ones, like 'Armageddon', 'The Day after Tomorrow' or '2012'.
Love the cover, and the disclaimer. Though not impossible, I highly doubt we'll make it to space in this century, or the next one. Politics, economies, cultures and terrorrisms aside, we really don't have technology to start colonizing space. What? We reached the moon half a century ago, but we haven't been to Mars (much less terraforming/colonizing it), right? So lets hope, none of your scenarios happens anytime soon.
Also, '... life on earth will one day end'. Why stop there? Is there really any scientifical proof that our entire universe (not just a few unfortunate galaxies) can not end as well?
(reviewed long after purchase)