Friday, October 26, 2007





UN issues 'final wake-up call' on population and environment

You know the score: rapidly diminishing natural resources, overpopulation, massive extinction, ecological collapse, and a climate in chaos. And this is just the opening act.

5 comments:

Tony F. said...

Look on the bright side: if the climate gets warmer and there's less food to go around... we'll be able to solve, once and for all, this country's obesity problem.

Someone stop the planet; I'd like to get off.

Cap'n Marrrrk said...

The People that need to hear it aren't listening. Me, I'm trying to do my part. I think my own personal set of genes suck.

Too many people are living in a tribal state and think they need to keep the breeding up for God/Village/Resources.

I could do with some more reproductive practice though.

Elan said...

At some point, not too long ago, we sold our future out for a zero-sum survival strategy that was based on looting this planet of a viable future.
We are a species caught in an arc of psychotic dementia: short-term pleasure seems a fair trade for medium-term annihilation.
An entire world has been exchanged for a giant, primate orgasm.

Mac said...

An entire world has been exchanged for a giant, primate orgasm.

That and reality TV.

Anonymous said...

"You know the score: rapidly diminishing natural resources, overpopulation, massive extinction, ecological collapse, and a climate in chaos."

Sounds like the Republican platform for 2008....

--W.M. Bear