Riyadh City May Collapse by 2010
Posted by edro on July 12, 2009
Riyadh, the Saudi capital, may collapse catastrophically within 12 – 18 months
The moderators believe the city of Riyadh, capital of Saudi Arabia, may collapse catastrophically within the next 12-18 months with a certainty of 80 percent.
Riyadh is located in the historical regions of Nejd and Al-Yamama in the center of the Arabian Peninsula. Home to about 5 million people, Riyadh’s collapse may be triggered by a number of collapse mechanisms including
Human-Enhanced Natural Phenomena
- Climate Change
Conflict and War
- Social and political unrest
- Economic turmoil
- Various other collapse mechanisms
- Look me straight in the eye & tell me you can’t
- Protect Economy from Climate??!
- Blind scientists examining the economic elephant
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