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(The Verge)   Global warming may result in rise of sea levels, risk of satellites colliding in orbit   ( theverge.com) divider line
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1011 clicks; posted to Geek » on 14 Nov 2012 at 9:42 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-11-14 11:36:02 PM  
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jso2897: Stupid apes.
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The world will be fine without us.

You know, I've often thought that the obsession with "humanity is killing the planet" is nothing more than a desperate attempt for people to convince themselves that they matter. The truth is that the planet will go on just about how it's going now whether we live on it or not. Not only do we not matter in the slightest as individuals, we don't even matter collectively. This planet will spin on, supporting plenty of life, for eons after the final, pathetic human has gasped his last bubbling breath. We are not special. We are not bothering this planet. We are not enhancing this planet. We are nothing.
2012-11-14 10:38:42 PM  
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It may result in a rise of blowjob levels around the world, too. Doesn't mean it will. Also, higher sea levels means new beaches, so win/win.
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