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Posted in: Planet 'on the brink', with new heat records likely in 2024: U.N. See in context

Once again they avoid the really BIG question. 8 billion humans are too many for the planet to support.

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Posted in: North Korea slams Japan's military buildup; vows counteraction See in context

It all reminds me of the the phrase "Push Me, Shove You, Oh ya, says who!"

A whining state that uses any excuse to flex their pathetic little muscles!

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Posted in: Ad agency Hakuhodo, others raided as Olympic bid-rigging investigation widens See in context

But isn't the Olympic bid process rigged already. Can't wait for the day when no city can / want to afford the cost of such a waste. What is the IOC's contribution to climate change?

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Posted in: Heat waves cost poor countries the most, exacerbating inequality See in context

"But according to Mankin, the most important response is to reduce carbon emissions to slow down global warming at the source."

The real problem is 8 billion humans. But everyone is afraid to ask that question.

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Posted in: 'Zombie ice' from Greenland will raise sea level 10 inches See in context

There is only one way to Stop It All.

Decrease the population!

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Posted in: Should we protect nature for its own sake? See in context

8 billion people are too many. And those with an anit-nature/biodiversity attitude prove it.

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Posted in: Musk warns Japan will cease to exist if birthrate continues decline See in context

Seriously Musk! Anyone with basic math knowledge could tell you that. How about doing something credible with all that cash of yours instead of just spouting off

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Posted in: U.N. warns Earth 'firmly on track toward an unlivable world' See in context

Why hasn't any of these scientist & politicians asked or addressed the BIG question? 8 billion humans is too many and as the population grows, so does our inability to stop destroying planet earth.

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Posted in: China lashes Washington over Quad, North Korea See in context

Doesn't everything "inherently" belong to China?

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Posted in: Olympic 'curse' strikes again as Beijing costs mount See in context

When will society wake up the environmental & economic costs for the 2-week party for the select few?

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Posted in: Boycotts, COVID and controversy with one month to go until Beijing Olympics See in context

Better yet, Boycott the Olympics, period!

Humanity needs to wake up to the waste of money and environmental damage of these games and for what? So a handful of yahoos who get a free party every 2 years compliments of everyones else's $.

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Posted in: Tokyo subway conductor reprimanded for posting photo of commuter on Twitter See in context

Good on him. More idiots need to be called out when they are stupid, rude or ill-mannered.

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Posted in: As climate 'net-zero' plans grow, so do concerns from scientists See in context

Interesting how all this climate talk is about reducing emission, cutting carbon and blah, blah, blah. No one has yet to broach or discuss the true problem to this issue.

Too many humans. We will never be able to solve these issue with constant growth. It's pretty simple, the more people there are the more garbage, waste and pollution there will be.

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