There is a tiny but non-zero theoretical possibility that human science will destroy Earth.
"The end of the world" has always been a myth. But now there is a new possibility.
The concept of "the end of the world" is egotistical and species-centric.
Kurt Vonnegut wrote in his final book, that even a moderate salvo of nuclear weapons would "kill the whole planet."
I think that's doo-doo.
Life has been continuous from almost as soon as the Earth cooled.
It would surely be almost impossible for humans to destroy it.
The variety; the diversity of environments; the extremity of conditions (including radioactivity) in which life is capable of thriving....
No; the so-called end of the world is nothing more than the collective human consciousness of the demise of our species which, after all, is an occurence consistent with all of natural history.