Wow. That's cynical.
Do people still need to eat? Have heat and shelter? Water to drink? Then commodities are going to be around for a while. So will companies to provide them, and banks that finance those companies.
Will they still want computers with which to visit A.Net? How about televisions and radios through which to be entertained? Or cameras with which to take pictures? Cell phones with which to talk? Then technology will still be needed and somebody will provide it.
Will they still need medical care and drugs?
You get the point. I am 100% certain this is not the end.
If you're really young and all you can remember is the lengthy expansion we've had (post-9/11 excepted), read some history from the last century. You'll actually be encouraged by the reslience of people after some pretty nasty business. I was born in 1971 so I can barely remember the 70's, but somehow we've all survived.
I read today a comment by a sub-25-year-old that he didn't see how this was a great time for him to invest. I'll chalk that up to youth, inexperience, and nasty case of "I can't do math." At your age, this is THE time to stop borrowing for cars, big houses, and consumer goods, and plow as much money as you can into your investments!
Christianity. Islam. Hinduism. Anthropogenic Global Warming. All are matters of faith!