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Discussion in 'Environment' started by PhilFish, Oct 30, 2018.

  1. PhilFish

    PhilFish Moderator Staff Member

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    The Sage of Main Street Governor

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  4. Puzzling Evidence

    Puzzling Evidence Free range human living on a tax farm.

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    You're so tough? Doubtful. Otherwise, you wouldn't be so invested in pointing the finger at 'sissy boys.'
     
  5. Puzzling Evidence

    Puzzling Evidence Free range human living on a tax farm.

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    Anyone want to address the topic?
     
  6. EatTheRich

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    I’ll bite. This sharpens the danger of climate change, expected to become a major driver of extinction, and any effort to address it needs to include mitigating and adapting to climate change. Habitat destruction could be lessened with better urban planning and more efficient use of resources, including a more deliberate distribution of population centers and of development. Overhunting can be addressed via better-planned food production and inducements to alter diets ... part of a sustainable diet almost surely involves much less beef, soybeans, and almonds and much more insects and worms ... but hunting can also be a valuable management tool for certain animals in certain ecosystems. All of what I’m proposing points toward the sort of globally planned economic system that could reproduce worldwide the kind of sustainability that the World Wildlife Fund says only socialist Cubahas achieved today.
     
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  7. Addy

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    Have to wonder if someday the world's present calamities will result in reverting back to the beginning of time.

    Eons will pass ? just like before -- mankind will go through the same stages of civilization until just like before, Same scenario, it becomes another dooms day just like the one we are anticipating/worried about. Some conspiracy theorist believe this is what happens through out history. It's a mind boggling thought. o_O
     
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  8. PhilFish

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    We may have been here countless times already..

    There are numerous sci fi books on such topic..
     
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    I am still undecided about the theory of a do over :)... But the dooms day theory is appearing more and more likely as we watch/observe all of the signs of destructions all over the world.
     
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    It's all relative. The earth would eventually recover...regardless
     
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