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    Spot it would be nice if Human's were actually part of the "Mother Earths" big picture, but we aren't in my eyes. We like the dinosours are just passing by and will not be allowed to stay forever, just not in the big plan in my opinion. Can we make our stay a bit better maybe, maybe not. I also believer that the other species will come back to "Mother Earth" just not our species.

    Carla, either you want this species to survive into the future or you don't, I'm not particularly interested in the planet. I'm hugely interested in keeping humanity in existence and I'm quite keen on not losing a significant percentage of the other existing species too if I can help it. The knowledge that the rats might form a new civilization in another ten million years does not fill me with happiness, I actually want my own offspring to inherit something. Disinterested philosophy can only take me so far.
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    That's not enough for me, I insist that whatever carries the torch of intelligence continues to appreciate Shakespeare. So, I'm pushing for us to break the extinction trap and to perpetuate. That, in my book, involves populating the galaxy sometime soon and bugger the planet. It's been nice hanging out here but I've bigger ambitions.
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    Well Spot on this we agree as it may be the only way to keep our species around. We will also have to become a bit more humble as our arrogance is what will kills us in the long haul.

    That's not enough for me, I insist that whatever carries the torch of intelligence continues to appreciate Shakespeare. So, I'm pushing for us to break the extinction trap and to perpetuate. That, in my book, involves populating the galaxy sometime soon and bugger the planet. It's been nice hanging out here but I've bigger ambitions.
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

    spot: There's a squirrel in my garden that appreciates Shane Williams, going by his behaviour. Will that do?

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    I don't hold conversations with squirrels. Squirrels are not companionable and intelligent, squirrels are lunch.
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    Although we all need a good lunch daily this is one of the reasons we won't be invited back to the "New Mother Earth Party." We can't get along with our own species, let alone any of the other humble ones that inhabit this Planet.

    I don't hold conversations with squirrels. Squirrels are not companionable and intelligent, squirrels are lunch.
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

    The suggestion that the planet is in any way sentient is one with which I have never felt resonance. By all means if you'd like to expand on the way in which sentient can be applied to a planet then have a shot at it.
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

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    I don't hold conversations with squirrels. Squirrels are not companionable and intelligent, squirrels are lunch.



    Although we all need a good lunch daily this is one of the reasons we won't be invited back to the "New Mother Earth Party." We can't get along with our own species, let alone any of the other humble ones that inhabit this Planet.
    Sorry Carla - wish I could believe in Gaia theory, but... I think it's down to us.

    If we do go belly up, I will take comfort in the fact that we are just one aspect of LIFE on this planet, but it's pretty cold comfort for the prospect of the non-existance of so many of the lovely people I know.

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    OK, OK no "Gaia theory" it is down to us. Don't need to say our goodbye's just yet I think we have way more time to screw things up.

    Sorry Carla - wish I could believe in Gaia theory, but... I think it's down to us.

    If we do go belly up, I will take comfort in the fact that we are just one aspect of LIFE on this planet, but it's pretty cold comfort for the prospect of the non-existance of so many of the lovely people I know.
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

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    Carla: I think we're already in BIIIIIIIIIIIG trouble.

    I think some of us will survive, but civilisation as we know it is on its last legs. Not a bad thing we may say, but the billions of walking corpses might disagree.

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