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I Can Be More Pessimistic

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Posted by Harvey on July 3, 2003 20:26:05 UTC

The aliens approach the once very much alive planet. The scorched earth is still charred from the hundreds of quark-lepton blasts from the 23rd century (which far out exceeded the hydrogen bomb blasts from July 4th, 2010). The aliens are able to tap into the remaining charred data storage devices left remaining, and they are able to record the demise of humanity as what they typically observe throughout the cosmos, fear and an inability to handle a rush of technological development. Environmental and military conflicts spell the end of yet another promising civilization. The aliens leave the wasteland of a planet only to approach the next.

There, does that give me the most pessimistic post of the day??

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