Global Warming

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  • Ianbolton0

    Lets get one thing straight, we are all stupid. Even with years of science and information, our knowledge means nothing. We don't know what the hell is going on, we have minimal understanding of our planet and it's surroundings. It's safe to say we don't know what's going on, and as long we keep reproducing at the rate we do, then overpopulation will be a key point in the demise of our human race. We're greedy, thoughtless and primitive in our ways. When will we learn to just get along? When will we realise that we surely can't keep taking from the planet, without giving something back. It's a cycle, everything is connected. Maybe I'm being pessimistic, but my optimism grows as I see people coming together, getting on with there lives, keeping things simple, not being fueled by pathetic conspiracy theories and paranoid ambitions. We all want more and more, instead of just better things. Religion is something a lot of people believe in, but a rational human being would question the truth behind a story written hundreds of years ago. Maybe it does set good ethics in some as it offers a set belief in something. Science is constantly developing.

    Global warming may or may not be a danger to us all, but until we start to understand we can't change the world but we can change the way we live, things will never really change. We'll just get more and more confused by the fact we literally haven't got a clue.

    Enjoy your day, idiots!

    • *gets shaker
      mixes: global warming/ atheism/ conspiracy, adds insults
      Yeah I got my point across
      GeorgesII
    • that's what we're doing here right? getting our points across. What's your point?Ianbolton

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