A "doomer" is someone who believes that global problems—including but not limited to ecological exhaustion, such as overpopulation, climate change, and pollution—will cause the collapse of civilization, significant human population die-off, and potentially lead to eventual human extinction. The ideology is defined in opposition to more optimistic outlooks on life. Doomers believe that government corruption, civilian apathy, and/or structural oppression are unfixable.

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  • A "doomer" is someone who believes that global problems—including but not limited to ecological exhaustion, such as overpopulation, climate change, and pollution—will cause the collapse of civilization, significant human population die-off, and potentially lead to eventual human extinction. The ideology is defined in opposition to more optimistic outlooks on life. Doomers believe that government corruption, civilian apathy, and/or structural oppression are unfixable. (en)
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  • A "doomer" is someone who believes that global problems—including but not limited to ecological exhaustion, such as overpopulation, climate change, and pollution—will cause the collapse of civilization, significant human population die-off, and potentially lead to eventual human extinction. The ideology is defined in opposition to more optimistic outlooks on life. Doomers believe that government corruption, civilian apathy, and/or structural oppression are unfixable. (en)
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