Comment by: auntiegrav (auntiegrav) (Jun-6-2009)
You are presuming, of course, that any one of the 7 billion is actually being used. Based on observations and scientific evidence, I assume they are not, and thus, no great loss to the universe will be incurred by the loss of humanity. Only a perceived, imaginary great loss to humans themselves, whose significance is debatable.
Comment by: auntiegrav (auntiegrav) (Jun-3-2009)
Yes, they really think things are safe if they don't cause cancer because Big Science spent so much money and time working for corporations that made Big Machines to detect and treat cancer that everyone has been bamboozled into thinking that cancer is the only thing to really worry about when it comes to chemicals and 'exposure' to technology. The problem is not this thing with CO2 Delusion, but with our acceptance of marketing and advertising and tax deductions for same.
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