Predicting the Consequences of New Technologies
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Post No.: 0185   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Technology is overall a wonderful thing and I love checking out and looking forwards to all sorts of new gadgets (I want a grapple gun like Batman!) Indeed, without a whole myriad of … Read More

Blaming the Poorer Nations for Global Warming
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Post No.: 0155   Furrywisepuppy says:   A lot of people who live in the long-industrialised nations of the world tend to automatically blame people and manufacturers in the ‘still-developing’ nations of the world for their growing carbon dioxide and … Read More

Keeping the Global Population in Check
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Post No.: 0139   Furrywisepuppy says:   The size of the global human population matters because this planet only has a limited amount of resources, including land, and can only take so much human-made pollution. The vast majority of human … Read More

What’s the Point in Investing in Scientific Research?
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Post No.: 0117   Furrywisepuppy says:   Some people ask what’s the point in space research, science in general, furthering knowledge and the (often public) money spent on these activities? But many others and I see exploring and learning as … Read More

Will Humans Be a Mere Flash in the Pan?
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Post No.: 0081   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Humans, as a species overall, pat themselves on the backs too much. Many humans are too myopic. According to the most up-to-date evidence – the first Homo sapiens appeared maybe only about 300,000-350,000 … Read More

The Sixth Mass Extinction Event is Happening Right Now
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Post No.: 0071   Furrywisepuppy says:   As a consequence of not compensating nature enough for the things we buy and do, and not living in harmony with nature, as discussed in Post No.: 0055 – we are strongly arguably … Read More

Climate Change Denial Via the Lens of Psychology
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Post No.: 0060   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Human-accelerated climate change is slow and isn’t something anyone has any complete and unequivocal personal experience of in their own single lifetime (in the sense that it’s not like e.g. recognising day and … Read More

We’re Not Compensating Nature Enough For the Things We Buy
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Post No.: 0055   Furrywisepuppy says:   Market prices for goods usually seriously undervalue the true costs of things to nature e.g. a barrel of Brent crude oil could be valued at around, say, $75, but really – how do … Read More

What We Want, If We Get Too Much of It, May Ultimately Destroy Us
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Post No.: 0049   Fluffystealthkitten says:   We need power to build and spread across the galaxy. But power corrupts and also allows destruction to be more easily carried out too. Power, allied with greed and selfishness, or at least … Read More

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