alpha480v wrote:I agree with the original poster. Things are worse now than in any time that I can remember in my adult life.
archangele66 wrote:I agree, Dr. The world is already dying. Look at the rivers in many countries. The water is actually toxic. In fact,
those in the know fully realize that water is the new gold. Even in the USA there are large areas where
water is in short supply. Even in Florida, they are piping water from one aquifer to other parts of the state. Problem
is that they are depleting the aquifer faster then it is replenished by natural rain fall, which is has also diminished over
the past decade. Springs are drying up every year. As with any critter, they start out with an abundance, grow their
populations then reach a point where they can no longer find enough food, water and shelter for everyone. When that point is reached,
you see fighting, disease, and pestilence, then ultimately death. This is a normal progression. We are already at the stage in many
areas of the world where we are seeing wars, disease and pestilence due to the over use of natural resources and over population.
Migrants and refugees will bring this to all parts of the world soon and then a natural selection of sorts will thin the population.
It is happening now. There are already a multitude of antibiotic resistant strains of diseases that are starting to kill a lot of people.
Every year they find places right in the USA where the drinking water has toxins in it which are causing all sorts of health issues.
In many areas, especially in Asia, the air is almost toxic to breath on some days. When I was a kid, there were only around 3 billion people in the world and
even that many seemed too many. Now there are over twice that many. It can not keep on like this. We are already at the point where
with present technology people are starving to death all over the world every day. Add to this free market capitalistic greed and
we are living the perfect storm of the end of days for a large percentage of the world's population.
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