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Plastics to the Rescue (the species that is)

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Posit: crude oil has quadruplled humans in a century. Global Warming Climate Catastophe is a function of population which is itself a result of increased fertility due to food and resource availability including technological improvements.

Plastics and erspecially microplastics are and will contunue to cause reduced fecundity.

Result: Nature wins. Humans become incapable of maintaining population. Wilderness returns. Forests absorb carbon, a New Ice Age Epoch dawns, and things get back to normal.

 

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44 minutes ago, fastyacht said:

Posit: crude oil has quadruplled humans in a century. Global Warming Climate Catastophe is a function of population which is itself a result of increased fertility due to food and resource availability including technological improvements.

Plastics and erspecially microplastics are and will contunue to cause reduced fecundity.

Result: Nature wins. Humans become incapable of maintaining population. Wilderness returns. Forests absorb carbon, a New Ice Age Epoch dawns, and things get back to normal.

 

So by 2025 it will be all good?

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2 hours ago, fastyacht said:

Wilderness returns.

Let it be. 

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Children of Men?  We are already at the flu pandemic part.

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21 minutes ago, Rain Man said:

Children of Men?  We are already at the flu pandemic part.

Nar. this is just the "softener plague"  Wait until the real one kicks in.

New Zealand's population has actually increased due to the whole covid thingy.

Mother nature is a powerful beast.

Wait until the real plague kicks in.

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Darwin, species adapt

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This is why the aliens periodically fly by.

They pop over to see if the planet is ready for plucking, and see that humans are still infesting the place.  Playbook says to simply wait, and the bedbug infestation will die out on its own, and the planet will self heal.

The aliens from planet X are a patient lot  (not politically far left or right)... no need to rush or put in extra effort.  Plenty of sandy beaches elsewhere in the cosmos.  Earth just isn't ripe yet.

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Pretty sure we're the planet that they lock their doors when they fly by.................why do you think they keep giving back those Kentuckians they kidnap to look up their ass.............they learn quickly.

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33 minutes ago, Point Break said:

Pretty sure we're the planet that they lock their doors when they fly by.................why do you think they keep giving back those Kentuckians they kidnap to look up their ass.............they learn quickly.

They probably see McDonalds in the pipe, and laugh...  Why would these stupid humans pay to poison themselves?

Humans are strange.

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The Mar's photos show me what Earth will look like a a few years.

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On 2/22/2021 at 8:31 PM, fastyacht said:

Posit: crude oil has quadruplled humans in a century. Global Warming Climate Catastophe is a function of population which is itself a result of increased fertility due to food and resource availability including technological improvements.

Plastics and erspecially microplastics are and will contunue to cause reduced fecundity.

Result: Nature wins. Humans become incapable of maintaining population. Wilderness returns. Forests absorb carbon, a New Ice Age Epoch dawns, and things get back to normal.

 

before that ever happens...    overpopulation studies in rats show,   at a certain point , they start eating each other..

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2 minutes ago, Grande Mastere Dreade said:

before that ever happens...    overpopulation studies in rats show,   at a certain point , they start eating each other..

Yes, I discovered that shortly after my first sexual adventure.

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10 minutes ago, Grande Mastere Dreade said:

before that ever happens...    overpopulation studies in rats show,   at a certain point , they start eating each other..

Look around....methinks it’s been chowtime for a while now.

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