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Old 08-08-2014, 06:48 PM   #1
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Nature is a system which allows chaos in short term but strives for balance and equilibrium in long term.

It allowed us humans to grow like cancer for 100 years, now it is trying to balance out the equation by eliminating us partially with pandemics like EBOLA.

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Old 08-08-2014, 06:56 PM   #2
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Old 08-08-2014, 06:58 PM   #3
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I agree that nature always balances things out.
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Old 08-08-2014, 07:00 PM   #4
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We humans might say God/Nature is cruel but it is never a judge of good or bad - it just reacts to the imbalances that we humans/creatures already has created.

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Old 08-08-2014, 07:14 PM   #5
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Nature is a system which allows chaos in short term but strives for balance and equilibrium in long term.

It allowed us humans to grow like cancer for 100 years, now it is trying to balance out the equation by eliminating us partially with pandemics like EBOLA.
And in an attempt to get rid of chronic negativity.

There is probably some truth in this.
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Old 08-08-2014, 07:20 PM   #6
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Nature is a system which allows chaos in short term but strives for balance and equilibrium in long term.

It allowed us humans to grow like cancer for 100 years, now it is trying to balance out the equation by eliminating us partially with pandemics like EBOLA.
Funny how people who talk like this don't just go and kill themselves to prove their point. All you human haters, Bill Gates lot, why haven't you killed yourselves and your families? Why are you posting on an internet forum?
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Old 08-08-2014, 07:26 PM   #7
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Funny how people who talk like this don't just go and kill themselves to prove their point. All you human haters, Bill Gates lot, why haven't you killed yourselves and your families? Why are you posting on an internet forum?
But bottlenecking species drives evolution.
Humans were bottlenecked down to a trickle after the Toba eruption about 65.000 years ago.

Why should I kill my family?
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Old 08-08-2014, 07:37 PM   #8
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But bottlenecking species drives evolution.
Humans were bottlenecked down to a trickle after the Toba eruption about 65.000 years ago.

Why should I kill my family?
exactly, just wait for ebola!
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exactly, just wait for ebola!
Yeah, or it could be an event like a super volcano eruption or a cataclysmic comet/meteor impact.
It's just a matter of time before one of these events occurs.
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Funny how people who talk like this don't just go and kill themselves to prove their point. All you human haters, Bill Gates lot, why haven't you killed yourselves and your families? Why are you posting on an internet forum?
lol,well everything is just so black and white isn't it? i suppose others post on a forum for the same reasons you do. lol
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Old 08-08-2014, 07:55 PM   #11
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On a psychological level it feels like the obsession of zombie-culture is manifesting itself in reality through ebola.

Ebola victims reminds me of zombies, except that they are not immortal and they don't bite people.


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Nature is a system which allows chaos in short term but strives for balance and equilibrium in long term.

It allowed us humans to grow like cancer for 100 years, now it is trying to balance out the equation by eliminating us partially with pandemics like EBOLA.
Are you off your head? Maybe you think that, and you can go ahead and get the disease too.

If you regard yourself as a cancer, you know what to do....

With 'humans' like you, who actually needs the reptiles/archons?
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Are you off your head? Maybe you think that, and you can go ahead and get the disease too.

If you regard yourself as a cancer, you know what to do....

With 'humans' like you, who actually needs the reptiles/archons?
It's very common in nature for species to lose a huge part of their population because of viruses or famine after a period of rapid population growth.

A population growing fivefold in 100 years is certainly a cancerous growth from natures perspective.

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On a psychological level it feels like the obsession of zombie-culture is manifesting itself in reality through ebola.

Ebola victims reminds me of zombies, except that they are not immortal and they don't bite people.


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It's very common in nature for species to lose a huge part of their population because of viruses or famine after a period of rapid population growth.

A population growing fivefold in 100 years is certainly a cancerous growth from natures perspective.
Nature, is that you? No, it's not. It's a mad person who thinks people dying from a man-made disease is natural....

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Nature, is that you? No, it's not. It's a mad person who thinks people dying from a man-made disease is natural....

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Were Bubonic plague in the medieval ages or The spanish flu in 1918-1920 also man made?
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Old 08-08-2014, 08:32 PM   #17
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Nope... and there's no overpopulation either.

Yes, there are nearly 7 billion people on this planet, but the planet can support much more than that. Problem is that certain 'people' just don't want that.
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Nope... and there's no overpopulation either.

Yes, there are nearly 7 billion people on this planet, but the planet can support much more than that. Problem is that certain 'people' just don't want that.
So you are claiming that it don't matter for the ecosystem if we are 700 millions, 7 billions or 70 billions?

I just wonder what we are going to eat once we are over 10 billions?
Soylent Green might be the only choice


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Old 08-08-2014, 08:54 PM   #19
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So you are claiming that it don't matter for the ecosystem if we are 700 millions, 7 billions or 70 billions?

I just wonder what we are going to eat once we are over 10 billions?
Soylent Green might be the only choice
There is plenty to eat, it's just half the world are eating themselves into obesity (and throwing mountains of food in the bin on top of it), while the other half are starving. Anyone watching from space would be bewildered.

When TPTB finally go the kill it will be swift and total using nuclear weapons. The inventor bragged he was now "Kali, destroyer of worlds", well that is literally their goal.

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There is plenty to eat, it's just half the world are eating themselves into obesity (and throwing mountains of food in the bin on top of it), while the other half are starving. Anyone watching from space would be bewildered.
We are in the middle of peak oil, once the oil production falls it will affect the food production negatively as the agriculture is hugely dependent on fossil fuels.
We are basically eating oil today, and oil has made our overpopulation possible for the last century.

Once you remove the oil we won't have a natural food supply to feed 7 billion humans. Nature knows that and that's why it is screwing us with natural disasters, pandemics, drought and famine.

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