'EXTINCTION CRISIS': Nature in worst shape in human history, UN report says


DaSleeper
#61
MORE Facebook logic from our resident Facebook nut!
 
DaSleeper
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#62
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

If wisdom determined what came out of your mouth you would be the quietest person on the planet.

and Now you heard from our resident nut case.....
 
darkbeaver
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#63
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post




“Anything else you’re interested in is not going to happen if you can’t breathe the air or drink the water. Don’t sit this one out. Do something.” —Carl Sagan


Both Sagan and Goodall were tasked to mislead the general teeming ignorant masses and enhance the unfolding cull of surplus eaters. There is no proof that mankind is or was the most intellectual organism to have inhabited this planet. There are millions of tons of stone artifacts littering this planet that defy our abilities still to be seen here on earth and under the coastal waters the world over.
 
Cliffy
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Cliffy
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Photos Show What Humans Have Done To The Planet




Humans have made an indelible mark on the planet. Since the mid-20th century, we've accelerated the digging of mines, construction of dams, expansion of cities and clearing of forests for agriculture — activity that will be visible in the geological record for eons to come.
Some scientists are calling it the Anthropocene era, or the age of the humans ("anthropos" is Greek for human).
Photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier were inspired by this ongoing discussion of the debate over this new geological era. These three Canadian artists traveled to 22 countries to research and document "places of obvious, physical human incursions on the landscape," says filmmaker de Pencier.
They created over 50 images capturing the impact of humans on the Earth, like a sprawling, 30-acre garbage dump in Kenya, large swaths of deforestation in Borneo and waterways damaged by oil siphoning in Nigeria.
Their expansive, multidisciplinary body of work is called The Anthropocene Project.
The project, which includes photography, film, virtual reality and augmented reality, took four years to complete and launched in September 2018. The exhibition is currently on display at the Fondazione MAST Museum in Bologna, Italy. And their filmwill be shown in the U.S. this fall.
"[The Anthropocene Project] is almost looking back from a projected future, from the future geologist investigating what will remain in the rock record long after we're gone," de Pencier adds.
Here is a selection of photographs from the project.





More: https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsan...-on-the-planet
 
petros
#66
Quote:

activity that will be visible in the geological record for eons to come.

Eons? Pfffffb. Not even an epoch. Fuuuuuuck.
 
Walter
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Photos Show What Humans Have Done To The Planet




Humans have made an indelible mark on the planet. Since the mid-20th century, we've accelerated the digging of mines, construction of dams, expansion of cities and clearing of forests for agriculture — activity that will be visible in the geological record for eons to come.
Some scientists are calling it the Anthropocene era, or the age of the humans ("anthropos" is Greek for human).
Photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier were inspired by this ongoing discussion of the debate over this new geological era. These three Canadian artists traveled to 22 countries to research and document "places of obvious, physical human incursions on the landscape," says filmmaker de Pencier.
They created over 50 images capturing the impact of humans on the Earth, like a sprawling, 30-acre garbage dump in Kenya, large swaths of deforestation in Borneo and waterways damaged by oil siphoning in Nigeria.
Their expansive, multidisciplinary body of work is called The Anthropocene Project.
The project, which includes photography, film, virtual reality and augmented reality, took four years to complete and launched in September 2018. The exhibition is currently on display at the Fondazione MAST Museum in Bologna, Italy. And their filmwill be shown in the U.S. this fall.
"[The Anthropocene Project] is almost looking back from a projected future, from the future geologist investigating what will remain in the rock record long after we're gone," de Pencier adds.
Here is a selection of photographs from the project.





More: https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsan...-on-the-planet

Prog agitprop.
 
Cliffy
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Danbones
#69
Every living thing, at some time, dies and decomposes.
 
Cliffy
#70
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Every living thing, at some time, dies and decomposes.

Is that your problem?
 
Curious Cdn
#71
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Every living thing, at some time, dies and decomposes.

It's when you rot away but you're still alive, eh Dumbones?
 
Cliffy
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Cliffy
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Twin_Moose
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#74
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

I know why you would avoid Elk environmental footprints



 
Curious Cdn
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#75
Nice Wapiti, Luigi!
 
Cliffy
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Twin_Moose
#77
Why is their Gov. allowing it Cliffy?
 
Walter
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#78
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Progs don't clean up after themselves very well.
 
Cliffy
#79



What Would the Planet Earth Look Like Without the Human Species

https://www.ibelieveinmothernature.c...-human-species
 
Walter
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#80
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post


What Would the Planet Earth Look Like Without the Human Species
https://www.ibelieveinmothernature.c...-human-species

Have you left yet?
 
MHz
#81
To where? The grave is the only new home anybody here will have.
 
MHz
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#82
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

and Now you heard from our resident nut case.....

It always has to be about you doesn't it? . . . whack.
 
Danbones
#83
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

It's when you rot away but you're still alive, eh Dumbones?

Your new selfie labeling machine works well!

Come on, fess up! You wish you had a gun right now and the courage to use it, don't you?
 
Cliffy
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Curious Cdn
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#85
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

Your new selfie labeling machine works well!

Come on, fess up! You wish you had a gun right now and the courage to use it, don't you?


Dead Bodies Keep Moving For More Than a Year After Death, Forensic Scientist Finds

http://www.sciencealert.com/the-writ...they-decompose

They keep posting, anyway.
 
Jinentonix
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#86
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

You do realize that some parks in Africa use big game hunting as a means of raising income to keep the park going, right? The hunts are organized to go after specific individual animals, ie: the sick, old or dying. People get to enjoy the "thrill" of a big game hunt, the animal is put out of its suffering and the park raises funds to keep operating.
 
Walter
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#87
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

You do realize that some parks in Africa use big game hunting as a means of raising income to keep the park going, right? The hunts are organized to go after specific individual animals, ie: the sick, old or dying. People get to enjoy the "thrill" of a big game hunt, the animal is put out of its suffering and the park raises funds to keep operating.

Shh. Prog and facts don't mix.
 
Curious Cdn
+1
#88
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

You do realize that some parks in Africa use big game hunting as a means of raising income to keep the park going, right? The hunts are organized to go after specific individual animals, ie: the sick, old or dying. People get to enjoy the "thrill" of a big game hunt, the animal is put out of its suffering and the park raises funds to keep operating.

No corruption in the African parks systems, no siree.

The last rhino in the world is worth a shiny, new Mercedes for a game warden at the current exchange rate.
 
Cliffy
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#89
 
Cliffy
#90
Global climate strike: millions protest worldwide – in pictures

More: https://www.theguardian.com/environm...de-in-pictures