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Re: thanks I'm amazed there are still people posting here. It's as tongue in cheek as you need it to be for you to listen to what they have to say, really. They have a

starkruzr1701
Jan 22
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Re: thanks "A number of scientists give the human population a less than 50/50 chance of being extinct by 2100. A number of others are not so optimistic, give it a 0% (or

Alan Thomas
Jan 16
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Re: thanks We probably could not wipe out the planet with warfare if we tried. Although, there was some discussion in the 1980s if all of the weapons were to be detonated

beth_h8
Jan 16
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Re: thanks Not exactly. A number of scientists give the human population a less than 50/50 chance of being extinct by 2100. A number of others are not so optimistic, give

beth_h8
Jan 16
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Re: Not just "Peak Oil" but many other 'sustainable' and not sustain Do you really think the Chicken Little camp has any credibility any more, after the "peak oil" predictions that were so comically off target (gasoline is $1.83

Alan Thomas
Jan 15
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Not just "Peak Oil" but many other 'sustainable' and not sustainable http://phys.org/news/2015-01-sustainability-renewable-resources-max.html?utm_source=nwletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=splt-item&utm_campaign=daily-nwletter

frishyfrish@ymail.com
Jan 14
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Re: thanks It does sound reasonable, but the actual stated mission of the group does not. Is the mission intended to be tongue in cheek? On Wed, Jan 14, 2015 at 7:37 AM,

Alan Thomas
Jan 14
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Re: thanks This article is relevant to the current discussion: http://truth-out.org/news/item/28490-the-methane-monster-roars Joan www.joanmazza.comMineral, VA

Joan Mazza
Jan 14
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Re: thanks It is accurate that man made destruction of this planet cannot compare to  cosmic impact on earth.  But my reason for joining the group is several... mainly

michael guzi
Jan 14
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Re: thanks You're right, Alan, we couldn't wipe out all life if we tried: we could go extinct long before the last extremeophiles went extinct. All we can do it cause the

Les Knight
Jan 14
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Re: thanks Fortunately it does not, but it's still an awful idea. And humans could not wipe out life on the planet if they tried. Not even if we made it an international

Alan Thomas
Jan 13
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Re: thanks Each and every living organism can trace its existence back to the primordial ooze, which is why it's so tragic for us to cut short it's existence, especially

Les Knight
Jan 13
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Re: thanks If my great-great-great-great grandchildren are alive, that's a part of me (and my ancestors) living on. A continuous cellular, genetic, and memetic legacy

Alan Thomas
Jan 13
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Re: thanks Semantics is how we're able to convey ideas specifically. "Erased" "wiped out" "mercy killing" and "euthanasia" are all inappropriate terms. Each means

Les Knight
Jan 12
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Re: thanks So you see, Beth *does *want the human race to be erased from the planet. Whether "wiped out" is the right term strikes me as a semantic issue. She is

Alan Thomas
Jan 12
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