Fruits? Wow that's a lot of fruit then. Must be like sheeps.
Anyway its all #e, yeah were killing the planet, yes we are to many and we don't care enough and we wont realise till its all gone that we needed what
ever it is we forgot we needed to survive.
But really what is the solution-globally? Is Fossil power better? are we really hiding over unity (see recent release from Stamford on the latest cold
fusion "confusion reaction"
the point is we are the problem-its not coal, its not nuclear, its not resource scarcity, its humans, until we face that fact and cull ourselves (more
likey by our own fecklessness than by any cohesive plan) we're in for a really rough ride and things will get worse.
The Politicians will continue to tell you as they do in the UK "we need people to create wealth" however generally wealth is measured in terms of
volume of resources available you'd think differently, when you realise that each person born consumes the resource your own children may require it
starts to hit home.
You can clearly see it happening-the UK ran out of wood 18 months ago-due to China pulping it for MDF
You have to be senior in a company to even contemplate affording a house and kids
Nuclear Power is great if you didn't build in on a fault line or in a Tsunami Zone, or in a densely populated Island or accounted for that in the
build, but we don't, we never have taken full account of anything ever, eventually a parasite like that leads to the death of its host.
Its too expensive to do stuff properly, resource scarcity (supply and demand) make stuff expensive (becasue we are too many and actually believe in
money as a way of rationing resource) so the liklihood of this happening again is increasing by the day.
Nature's law says take what you need leave what you don't, those that don't take what they need will die that is how numbers are controlled, the
survivors are not wealthy. that is what will eventually happen, at least money will be irrelevant, and survival of the fittest will actually mean
something to us once more.
Anyway reactor 4's half life is about 25,000 years so we should start pumping Heavy Water into the pacific, that would help, although we haven't
tested it on marine life as far as i'm aware-worth a shot?
Anyway well done for highlighting Fukushima but its the tip of the iceberg and the cause of the problem is the same wherever you look, if you think
deep and take a step back. We're the problem. The solution? Well nobody wants to hear about that. its against your human rights for a start.
Just a footnote to say I'm not an ecomentalist I don't think we should all live in caves or work the land, but we should act as stewards for our
planet collectively and unselfishly-the aim of any successful species should not be to kill its host or sink the lifeboat like he said ^^^ but so
continue onwards and outwards and be the stronger for it.
We should act as stewards so that searching for another planet becomes unnesessary-we should and will search regardless, but let that search be for
knowledge and not because we f&?ked our chance up here.
I'm not against people per se, but when you can see a problem that only a hadnful of others on the planet can see and its coming at you like a
speeding train-its time to talk about it.
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