Mother Gaia. humon.deviantart.com/art/Mother-Gaia-207388674. Mother Gaia, I come on behalf of all humans to apologize for destroying nature and beg for forgiven
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Mother Gaia

Mother Gaia, I come on behalf of all humans to apologize
for destroying nature and beg for forgiveness.
Oh my beloved
humans...
We' re sorry for being so selfish,
We never meant to kill nature.
That wasn' t what I mean by .
Nature is adaptable. No matter what you
do to it it will simply change and take on
new forms. it has survived worse things
than you.
You are however in the process of
changing it so much that you can' t
live in it. You' re not killing nature,
you' re killing yourself.
That' s what mean by .
You think that just because you can' t
live, then nothing can,
What?
You' re ******* yourself over
big time and won' t be missed.
...
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#29 - wiinor (05/03/2013) [-]
Someone in this picture has a boner, and its not the white boy
#91 to #29 - lordaurion (05/03/2013) [-]
Well, knowing Humon you're probably right.
User avatar #59 to #29 - thisotherdude (05/03/2013) [-]
...I'm okay with this
User avatar #21 to #20 - exotic (05/02/2013) [-]
pdfffffffffffft
#2 - afunkyjunky (05/02/2013) [-]
the human race is fairly adaptable. I'm sure we will find a way.

or not...
User avatar #112 to #2 - daentraya (05/03/2013) [-]
Indeed we are. I just think there's gonna be a bit of a crack and falldown because we're not quite prepared, and everything seems to be going wrong. Fixing all that in time is a bit unlikely. And from there we will rise again, and probably have learned a lesson, and all that stuff
#9 to #2 - anon (05/02/2013) [-]
The Doctor always told us we're great at survivng
User avatar #117 to #9 - coolcalx (05/03/2013) [-]
I think Q said something similar as well
User avatar #1 - crimzonsoulreaper (05/02/2013) [-]
That was NOT the end I was expecting.
#70 - biggrand (05/03/2013) [-]
everything one way or another is propaganda, our school books, our cartoons depicted what "good and evil" are, the media, ect. everything influences us and manipulates us. forget the concept of good and bad and simply exist and accept that everything happens for no real reason and your vision will focus and you will see that your world is whatever you make of it.
#121 to #70 - pulluspardus (05/03/2013) [-]
- Paradise Lost

my favorite quote.
#81 to #70 - jldragon (05/03/2013) [-]
Give me some of whatever you've got
#107 to #70 - triggathepirate (05/03/2013) [-]
You know...You could get in a lot of trouble thinking like that
#10 - heartlessrobot (05/02/2013) [-]
This image has expired
Every species pollutes, but only one species tries to stop it.
Every species gets sick, but only one can figure out why and stop it.
We can't run very fast, yet we are the fastest living things on the planet.
We're not very strong, yet we can move mountains.
We have no wings, yet we've flown higher than any animal can imagine.
Our voices aren't very loud, yet we can talk to our brothers on the other side of the planet, even further than that.
I have seen more than the keenest of hawks, gone faster than the quickest of all cheetahs, moved more than the strongest ox, and I'm only a sixteen-year-old human.
No species is perfect, but we are the only ones who are trying, and you misanthropic ************* think we are a disease on the face of planet earth, as if we are not mother nature's offspring, but an awkward orphan that was not adopted, but who simply forced it's way into the family. The house to man is the web to the spider.
What you're living in was once in the ground, it was all apart of the earth once, and it still ******* is, the pollutants in the air were once in the soil, and when the day comes that the last bit of green vanishes from this rock, it will still be far more spectacular than it was before life developed on it.
There is an infinity of beautiful secrets hidden throughout the universe, from the smallest of particles, to the most massive celestial structures that your mind can barely imagine, these natural marvels would never be appreciated without us.
You think humans are the only ones causing extinction? They're not. But we are the only ones attempting to stop it. The earth is better off with us.
(Copy pasta wall of text and a wall of text in the picture)
User avatar #30 to #10 - wiinor (05/03/2013) [-]
that was very beautiful
User avatar #32 to #30 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
Exactly. Chills always run up my spine at the last line of the picture.
#31 to #10 - warlordtitan (05/03/2013) [-]
nicely said. Through more knowledge and understanding humanity will grow bigger and bigger possibly even possibly learning how to break the laws of physics and having the last laugh.
#88 to #10 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
The 'pollution' made by other animals is taking a **** . It is biodegradable and fertilizes the soil. You're flat out ******* wrong. On the other hand, I think that those stupid enough to support fossil fuels and not the better alternatives (we could be raking the surface of the moon for helium 3 right now but people are more likely to support a war than a space program) yet we're still killing ourselves. China is going to have a cancer epidemic and the US is next if it continues with it's pollution. It's not just global warming, you're dumping chemicals into your food, water and air.
#95 to #88 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
Isn't it "possible" that there is Helium 3 on the moon. Not certain?
#101 to #10 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
Genuinely one of the dumbest things I have ever read.
User avatar #11 to #10 - cristianpopescu (05/02/2013) [-]
I think this is a copypasta I dont mind seeing over and over again. Thank you for posting this.
#33 to #10 - daghost (05/03/2013) [-]
Actually, we do have one evolutionary perk. The way our hips are designed, we are designed to run long distance, and a fit (Kenyan) human can outpace any animal over a long distance race. A horse may be faster, but the human will still be running by the time  the horse has tired.
Actually, we do have one evolutionary perk. The way our hips are designed, we are designed to run long distance, and a fit (Kenyan) human can outpace any animal over a long distance race. A horse may be faster, but the human will still be running by the time the horse has tired.
#93 to #33 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
And our thumbs, plus brains and sweat (really, few other animals actually sweat, maybe none)ΓΈ.
User avatar #34 to #33 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
Distance only matters when you're chasing, not being chased. We can go longer, but anything chasing us will catch up before it has a chance to get tired.
User avatar #35 to #34 - daghost (05/03/2013) [-]
That's because our ancestors, with the technology we have, were apex predators. We chased our spear filled prey to the ends of the earth.
User avatar #37 to #35 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
Well, only after we invented tools. Until then we were nothing but prey.
#40 to #37 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
Tools are what make us human
User avatar #41 to #40 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
So, since a fetus has no tools, it's not a human?
I'm trying to be funny, please don't take this serious.
User avatar #38 to #37 - daghost (05/03/2013) [-]
Technically we weren't "people" before tools. We were still very ape like before we had tools, and for a short time with tools.
#12 to #10 - anon (05/02/2013) [-]
You think way too high of yourselves. As the post says, we won't be missed.
User avatar #17 to #12 - heartlessrobot (05/02/2013) [-]
You're right, we won't. Because we are cockroaches. We might be vermin, but we'll be around to the last breath of the universe. There won't be anyone TO miss us.
User avatar #60 to #17 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
We won't be alive the universe. To assume we will be is the pinnacle of stupidity.

When we go, however. there will be beings alive to celebrate our passing.
User avatar #65 to #60 - archeryisfun (05/03/2013) [-]
1) your comment doesn't make gramatical sense.
2) By calling humans cockroaches and then saying we won't survive is counter-intuitive cockroaches by there very nature survive. While humans will eventually reach other stars seeing other races we will not have changed, we will still abuse other nations and races for there resources. But they will cheer when we go
3) Humans will, in some form, survive it is in all of our natures. why do you think sacrificing our well-being for others is so hard for us, we survive and we will commit genocide in order to save our selves.
4) We survive at the cost of others, if we reach past our own star you better believe that we would try to exploit them
User avatar #73 to #65 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
1) While my command of the finer points of grammar is rather lamentable, it is insignificant because you still understand what I mean.
2) By calling humans cockroaches I equate them to a pest. The metaphor isn't intended to replace every aspect of the original subject with every trait of the compared. Only to the ones that demonstrate the point the speaker is making.
3) It's in our nature to survive, yet it's also in a Crow's nature. It is nature to survive. It was in the nature of dinosaurs to survive as well, however they no longer exist. While it is true that there was a force no one could predict or control involved. In our case we think we can predict and control whatever catastrophe looms on the horizon. The simple idea that humans can endure anything is nothing but self centered. It is true that we have endured many things that no one can look at and consider insignificant. But compared to the might of the earth? No, this is something we cannot survive.
4) No, we will not reach other stars. I find the idea of looking and reaching other stars so ******* funny. It's like you think you're free to **** on the planet we have because there is another out there. Yes, there are millions of planets capable of sustaining our life. But neither you, nor your children, nor the Seven generations after you will see these places.
User avatar #126 to #73 - archeryisfun (05/03/2013) [-]
just commenting on your 4th point.
how do you know that we can't reach another solar system? we have already been beyond our solar system, albeit with probes, and to have touched down on other planets once again with only probes. you said that we could not in 175 years we cannot reach the other stars; this i agree with but eventually we will i'm oing to estimate about 500 years before we land a probe on a planet in a solar system not of our own. With another 100 years before we have a crude colony on said planet. In 600 years we will acomplish what no other race, to our knowledge, has done before, and i find this facinating. Even if it takes humans 1,000 years to reach another solar system we will. we have roughly 5-6 billion years before our sun destroys the earth. as you said we are pests, and pests are hard to get rid of. By the time we reach foriegn stars both you and i will be long dead, both forgotten by time, as will both of our 7 generations after us and the next 7 and the 7 after that; but by the 40th Generation we will finally touch foreign stars.
User avatar #130 to #126 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
I'm sorry but have you even seen the state of the world? We're more likely to destroy ourselves in nuclear war then we are to reach the stars. Let alone have the technology and funds to inhabit other planets. On our current course we won't even see 40 generations of humans.

There is first the issue of finding an inhabitable planet. A chance so absurdly slim it may as well be impossible. Especially considering the chances that this planet even exists. Now the universe is greater than we will ever comprehend, and they exist. But we will never find them. We will never find them. The idea that we even may serves no purpose other than to reassure you. We do not have another planet to go to. If we **** this one up, we're ****** . We will not see human's continue.

You seem to only be going on the assumption that the sun is our only timer. Have you taken nothing from the original post? Because you still fail to see what a self centered human you are. Did you know popular predictions for human extinction are at 100 years from now?
I can guarantee you we will not see other stars.
User avatar #137 to #130 - archeryisfun (05/04/2013) [-]
may i see a link to the extinction of humans thing?
User avatar #138 to #137 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD08CuUi_Ek
Here`s a Vsauce video for reference on space. The thing worth noting is that this is given we were to focus solely on space travel, and managed to solve all of our problems here on earth.

www.omg-facts.com/Science/There-s-A-95-Chance-Of-Human-Extinction/49330
Here is the doomsday argument, which focuses solely on growth of the population.

www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1287643/Human-race-extinct-100-ye ars-population-explosion.html
And this is the 100 years thing.

Interpret this as you will, but given the state of the world now, I cannot see any universe where we find another planet.


Every action has a reaction, we've got one planet, and one chance.
User avatar #139 to #138 - archeryisfun (05/04/2013) [-]
well i appreciate the links, and have realized the difficulty of reaching foreign stars. I still think however a small number of basic colonies will exist on say the moon. While i agree with the one planet one chance thing too, we could at least in some form continue to stall out the extinction of humans until say 250-500 years or so. it's also kinda depressing actually that we will never go beyond Sol.
User avatar #18 to #12 - rakaka (05/02/2013) [-]
so you're not human?
#15 to #10 - sparkofinsanity ONLINE (05/02/2013) [-]
Now this, is something I can agree with.
Now this, is something I can agree with.
User avatar #56 to #10 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
No, this quote is the stupidest **** I've read.
Humans are not natural,
"We can't run very fast, yet we are the fastest living things on the planet.
We're not very strong, yet we can move mountains.
We have no wings, yet we've flown higher than any animal can imagine. "
Everything in nature demands a balance, and where is ours? We claim to have transcended the natural law.
We take and take and take. We only try to fix something because we ****** it up in the first place.
Just because everything we know had come from the earth at one point, doesn't mean everything is natural. We produce pollutants, that destroy living matter and would never occur naturally. Ever.

Nothing ***** more over than humans do. Yet want to know something, other forces fix more than we do. Despite our "trying."

Without us animals could reproduce and adjust themselves to their environment. Predators and prey would exist with harmony, neither outpopulating.
The Ozone would fix itself.
Endangered species could reproduce.

Humans are ******* themselves. And though there are people who are trying, assuming that as a whole the world is better off is just ******* stupidity.

In regards to the picture. You cannot own land, you cannot ******* own the sun or the stars. Because you will die. And the world will succeed you again. No matter what we as humans do, ultimately the world will claim us, and everything. EVERYTHING we've made will be brought back to nothing.

The only way we can ever hope to succeed is to find a balance. By living with nature and not trying to conquer it.

Because you cannot conquer nature. You cannot transcend natural law, and trying will reward you with a violent reclaiming of the balance you have disrupted.
User avatar #109 to #56 - defensive (05/03/2013) [-]
Not natural? Are you high man?
Human are as natural as it gets. We just used our natural advantage(our brain power) to it's fullest extent. Your right when you say that we cannot own materials, but we can reshape them to fit our needs and desires. That's what makes humans so great! We can adapt to almost any problem that we face. We have come to the top of the food chain for a reason, because we are simply the best. You may be correct when you say that humans mess a lot of the environment up, but look where it ends up. Have you ever flown on a plane? Ever driven in a car? Are you not in your house on a computer right now? I'd say that the materials are doing a better job creating such complex and amazing machines than they were sitting in the ground. You don't know the future of human kind or what we will be capable of. If you are so fond of keeping to your version of "natural order", then go back to Africa and start killing animals with your bear hands. The Earth is better off now than it would have been if humans never existed because we have brought such wonderful creations and ideas into this world.
User avatar #136 to #109 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
You have no concept of what nature even is.
User avatar #140 to #136 - defensive (05/04/2013) [-]
What makes humans unnatural then? Because if I'm not mistaken, we weren't created unnaturally.
User avatar #141 to #140 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
Natural law
It is present in absolutely everything. Every action has a reaction, everything is in balance.

And if you're going to say "Hurr everything comes from earth durr!" Then you're a ******* idiot. No not everything man made comes from nature, everything existed in the earth at one point, but without our interference skyscrapers would never exist.



If there's one single reason. Consider this. Without us the earth would continue with balance, forever. Every animal, every plant would live healthy. All contributing to a worldwide sustainable ecosystem.
User avatar #142 to #141 - defensive (05/04/2013) [-]
Cut the 'balance' **** . What do we have to balance? Nature?
There is no such thing as natural law, you just made it up to try and prove a point. The only natural laws I know are the laws of physics, and they don't say **** about being a hippy. I didn't say that we were pulling full made computers out of the ground you illiterate. I said that the materials have a purpose now that we are using them. Without humans animal life would continue for a few million years and die out, Earth would become inhospitable and that would end the end of that. WITH humans, we explore the stars, create amazing constructs and live on. What's your beef with skyscrapers anyway?
User avatar #143 to #142 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
You're just a huge ******* self centered idiot.
User avatar #144 to #143 - defensive (05/04/2013) [-]
Or I'm just someone who is proud of humanities achievements. Hardly self centered to like the species that I am. But nice dodge of all the questions, I think this conversation is over.
User avatar #147 to #144 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
Every action has a reaction, we've got one planet, and one chance.
User avatar #146 to #144 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
We will not explore the stars
We will not find a new planet.

Perhaps, perhaps there there will be few who survive, but they will never rebuild anything that exists today.

This is what will happen if we don't begin searching for this balance.

Nothing we've made will endure. Everything will be torn down. And ultimately humans will be reduced back to nothing. And the world around will thrive after the extermination of a parasite.
User avatar #145 to #144 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
See things like ******* this. You will never admit you are wrong, or even humor that you may be wrong.

You are the ****** who's dodging all the questions. "There is no such thing as natural law, you just made it up to try and prove a point" Here's an example of your clever ******* attempts to simply tear down credibility. By saying this you can completely disregard the subject in question and then declare victory like the ******* piece of **** you are.

"and they don't say **** about being a hippy." Here's another little quip, by calling me a hippy (you didn't even spell it right ******** ) you resort to second grade name calling and disregard anything I say, cause after all the words of a "hippy" don't matter.


" Hardly self centered to like the species that I am"
That's the definition of self centered you ******* idiot.


I never said that the accomplishments of humans were insignificant. And if you want to latch onto your species to validate your own insecurities that's ****** dandy. But don't forget that your species also ***** eveyrthing over. In fact your species is the only one that commits genocide, wages wars, causes extinction and pollutes. No others species on earth would have killed one another with an atom bomb. It doesn't ******* happen. An atomb bomb would never come to exist in nature without humans, and that is what makes them unnatural.





Jesus **** . Your stupidity is rubbing off. I can't organize my thoughts and I am growing tired of this ********* . You will never admit your wrong. You will disregard everything I say and declare yourself a victor so I really do not give a **** . I can only leave you with this. These are facts.

Humans are ******* with nature and refusing to fix it. This means that the very thing they rely on, nature, will not be able to sustain them. And eventually they will all die because they ****** with nature. However nature will be able to repair the damage done, and eventually thrive. Humans on the other hand won't.
User avatar #148 to #145 - defensive (05/04/2013) [-]
My species? ************ you are part of the same species that I am, so what are you doing right now to help the planet other than call your own kind filth? Have some goddamn faith in people. Liking my species does not make me self centered, if I said that I was personally the best, then that would be self centered. I don't see how I am trying to validate my insecurities either but if that what you think then whatever. We may be the only species that commits genocide, wages war, causes extinction and pollutes, but we are also the only species that create cures to sicknesses, tries to fix the environment and tries to prevent natural disasters. "An atomb bomb would never come to exist in nature without humans, and that is what makes them unnatural" This line right here. Thats like saying 'without the ocean, fish wouldn't exist, so it's unnatural'. Love the hypocrisy at the end though, nice touch.
User avatar #57 to #56 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
You're right, we won't last forever. We are cockroaches. We might be vermin, but we'll be around to the last breath of the universe. We will reach for the stars and claim them as ours until all crumbles to dust. There won't be anyone left to succeed where we fail, until the start of the next universe.
User avatar #58 to #57 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
You cannot claim the stars as yours.
You cannot even claim the dirt under your feet as your own.

We are cockroaches, vermin, a pest. And we will rightfully be stepped on and extinguished. The universe will continue, with not an echo of what we tried to do.
User avatar #61 to #58 - theotherdudec (05/03/2013) [-]
You're just one of those naturally pessimistic people aren't you?
User avatar #64 to #61 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
Perhaps, but when an idea like this comes in, with such wide support. It's hard to see the brightside.

I know for a fact, that we will not, and cannot continue as we are. And something like this comment, the picture and the words. They encourage humanity to continue it's course without regard.


We need to find a balance, everything needs a balance, and mankind has lost, nay taken that balance. We think ourselves invincible, and everything we do bears no consequence. However you can ignore gravity, yet that doesn't mitigate it's effect. Everything we are doing is building up a reaction, one that will tear down everything we've created. The only way we can escape this is to abandon mindsets like these. We need to recognize that men are not superior, we are not advanced. We are as dependent upon nature as ever. And there is no amount of "forward movement" that will fix this.

Perhaps this talk of "finding a balance" is a bit too broad for some people.
I don't wish for us to return to some electricity-less life. But for everything we take we must give.

Men are not above nature.
User avatar #134 to #64 - theotherdudec (05/04/2013) [-]
I do think we need to find a balance, but I don't think that we are hurting the planet nearly as much as some say we are. Engines and fuels are constantly becoming more "clean" as the decades go on, and i don't think that Global Warming will continue to grow worse. But I do respect your opinion.
User avatar #135 to #134 - rhetoricalfunny (05/04/2013) [-]
" I don't think that we are hurting the planet nearly as much as some say we are"
This is the one line I take issue with. We are hurting the planet, much of the damage will be irreparable. And so many people don't understand the scale at which we are.
In fact so many people underestimate how much damage we are really doing.

Yes, technologies for fuels are being developed that make them safe, clean and recyclable. But very few are actually utilizing them. Money drives everything, and these ideas though more beneficial to us, don't make money. (In fact some companies end up buying out the rights to technologies that would be beneficial for humans. Cancer treatment, alternative energy, etc. and then they get rid of them for the sake of keeping their profits.)

For me it's not a matter of pessimism or optimism, but one of pessimistic realism.
It's entirely possible for us to attain the balance we so desperately need. But no one wants to do that. And furthermore so many don't even think it is necessary. (As well as those who don't realize how sorely we need it.)
User avatar #149 to #135 - theotherdudec (05/05/2013) [-]
So what do you suggest average everyday people do about this?
User avatar #150 to #149 - rhetoricalfunny (05/06/2013) [-]
Stop lying down like an obedient dog. Get ******* angry and **** . Make it known that you're not ************* with how **** is turning out.

Pretty soon you'll inspire others to do the same.
User avatar #129 to #58 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
We claim it, that does not truly make it ours.
User avatar #131 to #129 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
And it never will.
User avatar #68 to #10 - HarvietheDinkle (05/03/2013) [-]
problem is, with all our intelligence you'd think we'd develop a morality system to keep ourselves from doing stupid **** . Yet we don't because, for all of our intelligence, we are lazy when it comes to doing things against our nature. Our efforts to stop pollution, etc. are small/ineffective compared to our tendency to create it.

our need to become great is a self-fulfilling desire, as everything that humans do is. intelligence and achievement =/= ethics.
User avatar #71 to #68 - HarvietheDinkle (05/03/2013) [-]
also, it's the greatest of humanity - a relatively small chunk - that strives to achieve greatness and change. Those people do indeed create wonders, but everyone profits from them - including the lazy or unambitious.

So really you're talking about a small portion of the population who go out of their way to do marvelous things.
User avatar #45 to #10 - senortesta (05/03/2013) [-]
The chemicals that are not naturally occurring and are man made (those in aerosol cans) do way more to harm the earth than come methane releasing cow **** . We pollute the most and destroy the most territory of other species and have killed the most other species. I'm not saying that we only hurt the earth, but we do way more than any other thing to ever live on earth.

User avatar #47 to #45 - aerosol (05/03/2013) [-]
Leave me out of this
User avatar #48 to #47 - senortesta (05/03/2013) [-]
why would you have that name

aerosol
User avatar #46 to #45 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
If you think about it, every comes from nature. Everything. We can't just whip chemicals out of thin air, at some point they came from the Earth/space debris.
User avatar #49 to #46 - senortesta (05/03/2013) [-]
Technically thats true that everything has come from the materials of the universe so its all "natural". But on Earth, you couldn't find the molecule combinations for those aerosol chemicals. They only come from man made factories so in that sense they are not "natural."

The same goes for the new atoms that we have discovered (117, 118)
These are also found no where on Earth except in the labs of scientists that slam atoms together trillions of times to try to make a new atom. I would not call these new atoms natural because as far as we know, they can not be found anywhere in nature and if they are harmful to other life species, you can't defend them by saying they were made from protons, neutrons, and electrons that are from nature.
#50 to #49 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
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What about being made from quarks and gluons?
User avatar #51 to #50 - senortesta (05/03/2013) [-]
Well if they hadn't existed in nature then we wouldn't have protons, neutrons, electrons, positrons etc.
#89 to #10 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
You live on a spaceship, it's an entirely closed system and relies on a fragile balance of supplies and an ecosystem to keep you alive. somebody thinks it would be cool to destroy half the plant life on it and dump chemicals into the water filtration system, then release harmful chemicals into the air filtration.

Earth is a space ship, people are literally THAT retarded.
#75 to #10 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
Perhaps this picture can sum up my position better than any word I type.
#54 to #10 - bioshockisawesome (05/03/2013) [-]
You are now one of my favorite people on the internet.
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User avatar #43 to #42 - heartlessrobot (05/03/2013) [-]
Last line.
#44 to #43 - schmigly (05/03/2013) [-]
Yup, was stupid enough to look it up and post before thinking about what the last line meant. Thanks
User avatar #52 to #10 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
Without humans every animal, every plant, and every single thing on earth will live with this thing called a BALANCE No
the earth is most certainly not better of with us.
#53 to #10 - tomthehippie (05/03/2013) [-]
I thumbed for the pic, not your rant.

Yes, every species pollutes, but none with the effect that mankind has.
Yes, every species gets sick, but we are the only one to create plagues to ravage our own kind.
Yes, our technology is great, the achievements of our history, the monuments our kind has built, the things we have done boggle the mind. These are things to, rightfully, be proud of. Things to, rightfully, celebrate that others of our species have done these things.
But, along with this comes the knowledge of the atrocities men have acted upon one another. No other creature has done the horrible things to each other that we have done to our own kind. Although, with this comes the admission of the bravery of those who stood against the evil men who have done such.

The point being, you are right in saying that we are not an "awkward orphan that was not adopted, but who simply forced it's way into the family.", how ever, to claim that we are not a blight on this planet is naive at best; intentionally misinformed at worst.

We are changing this planet's climate, altering it in such a way that eventually we will destroy entire ecosystems. Yes, life will go on, yes, life will adapt. But, the point is that we have the ability to stop this process, to act as stewards and guardians of our mother planet, rather than as we have; as rude children destroying their own play pen while fighting over toys and food, all the while defecating and urinating over everything.

We need to make a change, we need to step up and take responsibility for the damage our kind is causing to our planet. We are not a parasite on this planet, not naturally, but due to the way we have lived, we have become one. Thankfully, we have the ability to wake up and take responsibility for the damage we have done and stop acting as parasites.
#79 to #53 - greenstrongworld (05/03/2013) [-]
Your reply severely lacks in thumbs. It's a great rebuttal on their argument.
Your reply severely lacks in thumbs. It's a great rebuttal on their argument.
#125 to #79 - tomthehippie (05/03/2013) [-]
Thank you!
User avatar #127 to #125 - greenstrongworld (05/03/2013) [-]
Just supporting what I find right :D
#128 to #127 - tomthehippie (05/03/2013) [-]
Awesome. Now if only more people could wake up and realize what we are doing to our planet.
#67 to #53 - newborn (05/03/2013) [-]
thank you, tomthehippie
thank you, tomthehippie
#76 to #67 - tomthehippie (05/03/2013) [-]
I don't know why you got thumbed down, but I thumbed you back up. Thanks newborn!
#74 to #53 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
I wish I could have the optimism you possess.
#77 to #74 - tomthehippie (05/03/2013) [-]
Not optimism, realism.

Yes, we are unique in that we have the ability to completely destroy this planet.

America has enough explosives to, not destroy the earth, but make it uninhabitable.

But we also have the technology, the scientific knowledge to be caretakers of this planet. To use our mother planet's resources responsibly, while maintaining quality of life for every man woman and child on this planet.

How ever; are we going to? Honestly, I'm not sure. It is one thing to say we can, you can't argue that we can't stop polluting and take care of our planet! The technology is there to do it! You can argue that we wont; because those in power don't want to.
User avatar #132 to #77 - rhetoricalfunny (05/03/2013) [-]
Indeed,
it's amazing what we have the potential to do, there's no disputing that.

But it's disheartening what we chose to do.
#133 to #132 - tomthehippie (05/03/2013) [-]
Exactly my point. **** , we should already be colonizing the moon! At least starting to build habitations for said colony!

**** , the international space station should be complete by now!

Instead? Instead we have ********* arguing about letting two men marry each other and how elevating the US's healthcare system to the levels the rest of the First World enjoys is evil socialism (ignoring that we live in a Socialist Republic).
User avatar #116 to #53 - coolcalx (05/03/2013) [-]
hey, it's you again!
Hi.
I like you.
#124 to #116 - tomthehippie (05/03/2013) [-]
andiloveyourandomcitizen.png
#27 - therealwaynebrady (05/03/2013) [-]
i love when comics have a subtle deeper meaning to them
i love when comics have a subtle deeper meaning to them
User avatar #39 to #27 - heyguyth (05/03/2013) [-]
Just like the music of the bassed god.
#66 to #27 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
It's about as subtle as slapping someone in the face with a fish. (unless you were being sarcastic in which case I withdraw my comment)
#92 - snakefire (05/03/2013) [-]
Mother gaia is one large bitch...
Mother gaia is one large bitch...
#96 to #92 - izzygirl ONLINE (05/03/2013) [-]
Well, she IS the Earth...
Well, she IS the Earth...
#97 to #96 - snakefire (05/03/2013) [-]
I'd rather **** you
#98 to #97 - izzygirl ONLINE (05/03/2013) [-]
DO IT!
#102 to #99 - izzygirl ONLINE (05/03/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#104 to #103 - izzygirl ONLINE (05/03/2013) [-]
But I don't like it in the ass.
User avatar #110 to #104 - ravarshi (05/03/2013) [-]
i do.
#105 to #104 - snakefire (05/03/2013) [-]
Thats okay, me either.
Thats okay, me either.
#106 to #105 - izzygirl ONLINE (05/03/2013) [-]
Yay<3
Yay<3
User avatar #108 to #106 - snakefire (05/03/2013) [-]
<3
#25 - fagmastertwotausan (05/03/2013) [-]
every time i see the word gaia i think of this ************ . **** your two handed attacks giga gaia
User avatar #62 to #25 - articulate ONLINE (05/03/2013) [-]
**articulate rolls 7,153** ONLY QUADS CAN DEFEAT GIGA GAIA
User avatar #78 - Hybricide (05/03/2013) [-]
It's nice to see FJ looking at some quality comics for a change.
User avatar #80 to #78 - ivoryhammer (05/03/2013) [-]
Too bad it's from someone who probably has never heard of this site
#82 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
There is so much I want to say. Step one, we are also capable of creating whole new ways of using and producing energy that help stop most of this. In fact, much of the world is focusing on how to live in better harmony with nature. Second, It's not necessarily nature that I would worry about when it comes to mankind's survival. I worry about cataclysmic events happening that cause us to loose most of our society. The earth has gone through many mass extinctions, and very little has survived them. We need to start focusing not only on preserving our planet for as long as possible, but on becoming able to travel to and colonize other worlds.
#87 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
i didn't even look at this **** and I know it's gay
User avatar #19 - rakaka (05/02/2013) [-]
naked human + naked Gaia = off to ****
#113 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
To be fair though, if we set off all of our nukes, we could kill EVERYTHING and make the Earth uninhabitable to any of the kinds of lifeforms that have ever existed on this planet.
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User avatar #120 to #113 - Katzie (05/03/2013) [-]
This is made hilarious by the fact that it's by N. Korean citizen
User avatar #122 to #113 - fuzzyballs (05/03/2013) [-]
....cock-a-roaches (you know, like scarface says it)
#123 to #113 - lindow (05/03/2013) [-]
"You should definitely try that, we'd love to be the new dominant species."
#114 - anon (05/03/2013) [-]
-george carlin. rest in peace.
User avatar #94 - amadeuseap (05/03/2013) [-]
and now we know the truth...crap
User avatar #90 - jippoman (05/03/2013) [-]
man. gotta love this ****
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