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Post by squaw on Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:31 pm

I went out for a dinner with my cousins in law today. And, as always when we meet, we had this ultimate discussion about world society, where it is going and such. I am more or less a left wing survivalist of sorts, just not a very devoted one, I studied philology and building constructions. Marina graduated in physics and then got involved in animal rights activism, now she is going for her second degree in microbiology or something like that in order to become a vet. Constantine works as an IT for a big pharmaceutical company and is into computers, videogames, paintball, all kinds of technology. He studied computers. He believes humans are violent, violence is a very effective way of dealing with assholes and overall there will always be wars and violence, because that's the way we are, nothing's gonna change. I believe in a constructive conversation that can trigger a change. Marina believes every person just should do their best in order to help to any living organism that needs help. Needless to say we never agree on anything, end up yelling at each other, but always feel refreshed and rewarded with new ideas after our conversations.

This time Marina told me that bees are actually seem to be going extinct slowly and scientists are not sure why, because there seem to be all the environmental conditions for them (bees) to carry on. Bees do the most of the whole pollination work, so once they are gone, it will certainly trigger some other changes (may be some plants will die out too, which in its turn will trigger further changes etc).

I haven't checked it yet. Watcha think about it anyway? Have you heard anything about it? pale
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Post by squaw on Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:35 pm

and then this


Mediterranean fish in danger of going extinct
Seabass and common hake are in danger of becoming extinct in the Mediterranean because of overfishing and climate change, the UN has warned.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/8458944/Mediterranean-fish-in-danger-of-going-extinct.html

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Post by azucena on Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:48 pm

i've heard the bee thing before. i watched a good video about it too. the person in the video said something about how bees reflect the conditions of the ecosystem and sometimes they can "predict" how the future will be.. or something like that. anyway long story short, they said it was bad.

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Post by squaw on Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:55 pm

I am starting to prepare a shelter then
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Post by dr+elbow on Tue Apr 26, 2011 2:34 pm

I heard it could be pollution from mobile phone base stations that are disorientating them. Bees fly in straight lines, like mobile phones signals, but maybe they are getting crossed somewhere?

I think the whole planet is going extinct. We could we see an explosion of new species suddenly appearing in the evolution of the planet if humans survive the extinctions.
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Post by squaw on Tue Apr 26, 2011 2:38 pm

interesting times.
all the dumb people might go extinct too
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Post by BoB on Tue Apr 26, 2011 2:53 pm

It's bad, you know,,

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Post by micropenis B on Tue Apr 26, 2011 6:48 pm

squaw wrote:interesting times.
all the dumb people might go extinct too

smart people are a lot closer to it...

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