I want to get up to Churchill very soon before the Polar Bears are gone. They are such majestic (& dangerous) creatures! Plus, it would be fun to take the train up there… I love trains
You know Chapman, you do have a bit of a point, and really I tend to think that nature is going to level us out, because the cost of sustaining the population is going to outweigh need, and I think we all know money for some is far more valuable than life, with the planet getting sick we wont be able to sustain the population it just wont be possible.. So, sooner of latter, there will be a huge something that’s going to put a halt and reverse on the human population.. I tend to think it will be natural disaster or more so a combination of natural disasters, however it the rate we go it could also end up a nuclear bomb, though that would be senseless to think you would wipe out a population but also the inhabitable land, it defeats the purpose really. I have a bit of faith in natural disaster, they seem to be getting bigger and better all the time. And floods have a terrible habit of creating disease. So we'll see. As for drowning polar bears, yeah thats really sad, and something very new, but people let the show go on and pretend all is well.
Gaïa Theory. I support it…
Tho, I'll refrain from quoting Tool for the nth time.
Mom's gonna fix it up the way it oughtta be… learn to swim… learn to swim…
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