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Earth expiration date 2050

Earth's population will be forced to colonize two planets within 50 years if natural resources continue to be exploited at the current rate, according to a report from the World Wildlife Fund.
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rillifane
Jul. 8th, 2002 10:23 am (UTC)
No need to worry about this. The entire human population died off some one hundred years ago according to the work of Mr. Malthus. But wait! It didn't happen. How is that possible?

Oh yes, and I forgot, the world became uninhabitable in the year 2000 according to the work of the Club of Rome done several decades ago. But wait! It didn't happen. How is that possible?

But then the entire planet was gripped by a new Ice Age which destroyed all human life over a decade ago as predicted by "reputable scientists" warning of Global cooling. But wait! It didn't happen. How is that possible?

Could it be that this is all alarmist BS put out by people with a political agenda aimed at destroying progress, growth and capitalism? Naaaaaaaaaaaahhhhh. That could never be.

So I must just be hallucinating when I think that in the last century the average lifespan has doubled and that people are enjoying a material prosperity that exceeds the wildest dreams of even the wealthiest people of just a few centuries ago.





andysocial
Jul. 8th, 2002 10:36 am (UTC)
You don't believe every study promulgated by well-meaning political activist groups? I'm shocked. Deeply shocked. hehe

Besides, I thought we all died when the atmosphere combusted after the first open-air nuclear test.
andysocial
Jul. 8th, 2002 10:38 am (UTC)
I do like the idea of ecologists encouraging space colonization, though. :-)
rillifane
Jul. 8th, 2002 10:44 am (UTC)
Re:
Can we put Tom Dachle and Dick Gephardt on a trasport for Mars immediately?
kittles
Jul. 8th, 2002 11:21 am (UTC)
I like the way you think! They can forge new ground by starting a socialist state there instead of here!
talitha_oy
Jul. 8th, 2002 11:11 am (UTC)
Umm, okay...
And has the WWF LOCATED planets for us to colonize yet? Hmmm.
Besides, according to these people....
http://www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=ns99992311
...we're going to be totally destroyed when this star goes nova, so nothing matters much anyway. We won't have TIME to destroy Earth ourselved. ;)
Embrace your nihilism!!! :)
andysocial
Jul. 8th, 2002 11:14 am (UTC)
Re: Umm, okay...
Picky picky picky.
brakzilla
Jul. 8th, 2002 02:01 pm (UTC)
not if things work out as "planned"
The new world order's number one item on the agenda is to purge 80% of the world's population over the next 100 years; For the reason of protecting resources. This will be done in 3 ways:

1) a new set of AIDS vaccines which are proven to work will not be made available to anyone, except those who have lots of money. (read: NOT africa, NOT asia, NOT eastern europe)

2) large scale nuclear attack upon middle eastern nations. (ww 3)

3) medical "high crimes". Some of these are to be commited by "terrorists", such as chemial attacks causing large scale sterilzation in population centers accross the world. "abortion" chemical attacks causing fetal tissue to become necrotic (yes it exists.). Also enveloped in this is the NWO's grasp on the entire world's health care system.. (85% of all doctors are members of the secret alumni societies, which are interconnected financially to the insurance industry which is controlled by NWO) "silent denial" of medical treatment to the ederly. (by failing to inform them of disease)

sounds like crap?
the scary part is that this is all selective. in a 100 years expect a world with more WASPs and less spicy food.
andysocial
Jul. 8th, 2002 02:16 pm (UTC)
NWO
Do you know Bo Gritz? Spend a lot of time listening to Art Bell? Think Tim McVeigh was a good guy?
talitha_oy
Jul. 9th, 2002 08:52 am (UTC)
Re: NWO
I didn't know the Unibomber had access to a computer!?
andysocial
Jul. 9th, 2002 09:04 am (UTC)
Re: NWO
Those pan-nationalist illuminati are out to get me!
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