I came across an interesting article about the role of green house gases in warming the earth at the end of the ice age. There have been periods when the South Pole was warm enough to have butterflies and the Red River Valley was under tons of ice.
The article reviews conclusions that all stars have a shelf life, including our sun. Earth has been here millions of years and has several millions left. Yet, the sun is just like other stars and will flame out some day. That a minority of people believed in a Christian god for a relatively brief period of earth’s life will not affect one iota the earths’s water evaporation into space. Water will change to gases and disappear in the beyond.
Those unknown men who wrote the Bible thought their god had put the earth here solely for humans to use and consume. They felt humans ranked above animals even though humans could not exist without these creatures. To this day Christians seem not admit the sun will one day fail. It will be obvious the Bible was wrong about our importance.
Other things could also bring an end to life as we know it. When a large meteor struck the earth in ancient times it became so hot only 4% of life survived.
So what should be do about the pending failure of the sun? One thing seems certain.
We should not waste our time thinking religion will change the outcome.