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Posted by K.S.P. on July 4, 2002 03:48:28 UTC


It is not as if the Earth will last forever. The world population already puts a strain on natural resources.

What is next? We may have to resort to re engineering ourselves to use less resources. I don't mean to alarm anyone, but the climate and atmosphereic compositional balence is changing faster than time will allow for us to naturally adapt to its change.

If it becomes impossible to keep up with the change, we better make some plan to leave.
KSP

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