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[#] Wed Apr 29 2020 11:14:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I do care about the planet. That's why I recycle, watch my energy consumption, try to minimize solid waste, and am a proponent of sustainable nuclear energy.

[#] Thu Jul 30 2020 01:10:29 EDT from ParanoidDelusions

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I always forget the guy's name - but it was actually a fairly conservative guy who predicted widespread famine and social collapse by the 1800's in 1789 or so. I think it is the Mattheson prediction. But, they've been selling this for a LONG time, and their models never accurately account for technological advances. One day, the crash will come before technology can solve the issue, and they'll go, "We told you so!"

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 06:21:40 EST from zooer

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It is predicted that Asteroid Apophis will strike Earth! This is exciting but very disappointing, it won't happen until 2068 and I will be long gone by then. 

 

Good.  Nothing wrong with a good extinction every few million years is what I always say.  I am hoping it hits Yellowstone National Park directly for maximum total destruction.

Astrophysicists are saying it is too early to tell, others are saying it will be close.

Links:
https://tinyurl.com/DIE-EARTH
https://tinyurl.com/DIE-EARTH2
https://tinyurl.com/DIE-EARTH3

Al Gore is already blaming it on global warming, and 2068 is an election year, the democrats are placing blame on Republicans trying to suppress black voter turnout. 



[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 10:28:38 EST from LoanShark

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is what I always say.  I am hoping it hits Yellowstone National Park
directly for maximum total destruction.

Or whatver nuclear plant is located closest to a major Pacific Rim fault line... oh wait, that's already happened.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 12:07:35 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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No. I want it to land DIRECTLY ON ME. Get me off this damn rock.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 14:03:33 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Tue Nov 17 2020 12:07:35 EST from IGnatius T Foobar
No. I want it to land DIRECTLY ON ME. Get me off this damn rock.

Living in a post apocalyptic wasteland would be terrible misery for almost everyone. 

But for some people, it will be utopia. Possibly a short lived one, but utopia while it lasts, none the less.  

 



[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 14:12:44 EST from LoanShark

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Popular Mechanics: "Here's What Would Happen If We Nuked the Challenger Deep With 1 Million Tsar Bombas"

https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/a34652495/tsar-bomba-challenger-deep-video/

[#] Fri Nov 20 2020 15:41:33 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Now I'm disappointed. I wanted to see the planet break into pieces, but all that happened was that everyone died.

I want to see the earth explode like planets do in science fiction.

[#] Sat Nov 21 2020 15:04:58 EST from LoanShark

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Hard same.

[#] Wed Feb 03 2021 20:36:50 EST from zooer

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The lockdowns and reduced societal activity related to the COVID-19 pandemic affected emissions of pollutants in ways that slightly warmed the planet for several months last year, according to a new study by the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

https://scitechdaily.com/covid-19-lockdowns-caused-cleaner-air-and-warmed-the-planet/



[#] Thu Feb 04 2021 15:46:58 EST from Nurb432

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See we were right all along about global. err, wait.. errr  HEY, over there.. look at that!



[#] Sun Feb 07 2021 11:27:36 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Conclusion... there are just too many of us. It isn't the planes, it isn't the SUVs, it isn't the factories. It is US. 

Solution? Nature is working on it. 

 

Thu Feb 04 2021 15:46:58 EST from Nurb432

See we were right all along about global. err, wait.. errr  HEY, over there.. look at that!



 



[#] Sun Feb 07 2021 11:36:09 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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Here is another truth revealed by this: 

There *ARE* too many of us. The Left is already making arguments that Covid is racist - that it affects brown people more severely than white people. This is true, too. 


And that is because of r/k selection - as unpopular as that theory is with its "eugenics" type feel. 

The most populous portions of global society are the POOREST populations. They're overwhelmingly brown. That is why they're the most populous. They breed in larger numbers to overcome the challenges of a sustainable population faced by those who are resource starved. 

(Things we all know, that are evident, but normal people act like they don't realize.) 

Bringing poor brown people up to the economic security of wealthier white people wouldn't help. We're simply trying to game the system to beat one of its checks and balances - in this case, against a species over-populating. 

Democrats know this, by the way - and it is part of the reason they are so *strongly* pro-Abortion. 

Nature is trying to thin our herd - and it is looking for the heaviest concentration of the herd - the lowest hanging fruit, to achieve that goal. 

Just like it works in the rest of nature. 

 

Sun Feb 07 2021 11:27:36 EST from ParanoidDelusions

Conclusion... there are just too many of us. It isn't the planes, it isn't the SUVs, it isn't the factories. It is US. 

Solution? Nature is working on it. 

 

Thu Feb 04 2021 15:46:58 EST from Nurb432

See we were right all along about global. err, wait.. errr  HEY, over there.. look at that!



 



 



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