Will there still be humans on this planet a million years from now?

I keep mulling around in my mind the question of whether or not the human species is evolutionarily viable on the long term. There seem to be a lot of pros and cons, but to me it looks as though the jury is still out.

The secondary questions are:
1. If we are still here in a million years, what will be different about us? What parameters will permit us to succeed.
2. If not, what will lead to our downfall, and what parameters in the human species will have hindered our continued survival?

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We will most likely not be around in one million years because we are too successful (now). The larger our population grows, the more we will inevitably alter our environment. This mode of operation is not only not sustainable, but it is also seems almost impossible to change.

Nope. We will all die.

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