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LINK Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature' | Environment | The Guardian

and the humans just keep on destroying a a hive of big greedy babies.....

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I am glad I never had children, and it was a conscious decision I made, it is not difficult for anyone with foresight to see where this is all headed, and it is not going to end nicely.

THHA Level 7 Feb 10, 2019

Nature will be fine. I’m not so sure about humans though.



What bothers me is that I know that there is a tipping point and we may have reached it. Wish had they had mentioned as much. But I will be long gone. So good luck world.

Mokvon Level 8 Feb 10, 2019

A few years ago, there was a good article on a world if weeds, about the loss of great diversity of plants and animals, including insects. The loss of bees is so bad companies are building miniature computerized bee drones to pollinate. And China pays people with pollen and paint brushes to do their fruit.


This is awful.

Sydland Level 7 Feb 10, 2019
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