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Zachstar Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jun-11-08 08:57 AM
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17. Or we dont get fusion and cut down trees and scrape every bit of coal to survive?
Is that what you want?

Are you naive enough to honestly think that humans will just slowly vanish away while the birds sing in the beautiful tree. And the streams of fish stream along without a care?

HELL NO

The tree is going down the birds eggs is going to be taken the fish is going to be either blown out of the water or caught with nets. The tree and nest dries and is thrown into a steam generator while a desperate family eats eggs and fish for the first time in days.

By the time we lose a billion people biodiversity will be greatly reduced. Entire ecosystems will be lost. The ocean will be almost devoid of fish (Oh BTW Whales)

By the time we get to two billion earth will be a wasteland.

Stop thinking that way. Fusion is going to help save what is left. Whatever problems it gives we will have a HELL of alot longer to deal with them.
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