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#137 - My last tattoo I just got. Inspired by my my love of Tropical … 2 hours ago on "Gibe Attention Pls" -McBurd 0
#130 - You really should, it is really interesting. I'm currently com… 03/26/2015 on gabsmatags's profile 0
#128 - Was pretty impressed with your environmental knowledge, nice t…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/23/2015 on gabsmatags's profile 0
User avatar #129 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
Thank you I'm far from expert in my knowledge (only in my second year of college), but I've found myself fascinated by ecology and plan to pursue a degree in it.
User avatar #130 - themisstophat (03/26/2015) [-]
You really should, it is really interesting. I'm currently coming to the end of my 3rd year in my degree and looking into doing a masters in ecology. I wish you the best of luck with it though, not easy but defo worth it!
#39 - Sorry I couldn't leave without one comment. My argumenati…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/23/2015 on Deforestation Meme 0
User avatar #55 - thelastamerican (03/24/2015) [-]
I like it.
#38 - Just one point the utilization of tiber effects more than just…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/23/2015 on Deforestation Meme 0
User avatar #40 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
About 13% of the land in the US is developed. I don't think we've got a lot to worry about when it comes to urban sprawl.
#35 - Well I seem to have started a debate, and I apologize in advan…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/23/2015 on Deforestation Meme 0
User avatar #36 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Have a good sleep man. I'll bet your paper is a real ringer.
#39 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Sorry I couldn't leave without one comment.
My argumenative side is a bitch!

Thank you though!
User avatar #55 - thelastamerican (03/24/2015) [-]
I like it.
#33 - Comment deleted 03/23/2015 on Deforestation Meme 0
#26 - Tiber harvest is a problem, even with methods put into practic…  [+] (18 new replies) 03/23/2015 on Deforestation Meme 0
#42 - anonymous (03/23/2015) [-]
have you seen the american midwest? trees for days, literally. you know that old expression ".. doesn't grow on trees"? you know what does grow on trees? trees grow on trees. we aren't running out of trees anywhere but the rainforest and that just because they produce hardwood. start buying soft wood desks and cabinets then come talk to me about the environmental impact.
User avatar #27 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
I don't know about hippy. There's an awful lot we can do to stretch wood resources after all. BUT. Grass is way better at consuming CO2. Wood products are basically CO2 vaults. AND! Wood looks nice.
#76 - shulkexplains (03/24/2015) [-]
You should also realize that if your making the CO2 and O2 argument trees dont contribute to our atmosphere nearly as much as you think. When our oxygen/nitrogen based atmosphere first formed land trees didnt exist. It was because of sea plant life and amoebas. not saying anyones wrong btw, just my 2 cents
#43 - anonymous (03/23/2015) [-]
trees are the very definition of renewable resource. just like whale oil
#35 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Well I seem to have started a debate, and I apologize in advance but after the stress of researching environmental issues for months I'm going to go to bed.

Good night!
User avatar #36 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Have a good sleep man. I'll bet your paper is a real ringer.
#39 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Sorry I couldn't leave without one comment.
My argumenative side is a bitch!

Thank you though!
User avatar #55 - thelastamerican (03/24/2015) [-]
I like it.
#33 - themisstophat has deleted their comment.
User avatar #28 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
Yes, but also take into account how water intensive grasses are. If we're talking about plantlife that reduces the waste of resources, grass isn't exactly a prime example.
User avatar #29 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
There are grasses that consume relatively small amounts of water. And besides, water also evaporates from grass stupidly fast.

Besides, the grass isn't going to stay forever. With the way logging is done in the US trees can overtake an aria that has been logged in 10-15 years. Add to that the incredible amount of land that is forested in the US and I really seriously doubt that we've got much to worry about unless we start using wood unwisely.
User avatar #30 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
Eh, very true. I'm much a fan of reinstating native plants in their native habitats, I honestly believe that would be the best option for reducing waste and preserving resources. Of course, consumption has to be curbed and conservation education and efforts need to improve as well.
User avatar #31 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Honestly though... Tree farms. It's the best way to produce large quantities of high quality wood. Not only that, but the trees leave enough space between them that you can also grow grasses. Tree farms have a huge environmental impact.
User avatar #32 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
That also keeps us from encroaching upon forests even further, forests are treasure troves of biodiversity and valuable natural resources that we're practically demolishing without a second thought.
User avatar #34 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Well, that's not true. The first part is, but the second part is just foolish man. Without a second thought? Logging companies are so incredibly regulated that they are REQUIRED to have a second thought. And a third, and a fourth. They have to hire people to check for endangered species, they have to hire people to ensure they only take the 'right' trees. They're just about rules lawyered to the point that they can't actually cut down trees.
User avatar #38 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Just one point the utilization of tiber effects more than just cutting down trees. It destroys natural landscapes and damages biodiversity. These in turn affect the ecosystems and the worlds biochemical functioning.
The reason that it is import, is the growing demand for timber use with the rapid growth of population. Unless we can figure out a solution now, it will soon be too late.
That is all, now I'm out. PEACE!
User avatar #40 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
About 13% of the land in the US is developed. I don't think we've got a lot to worry about when it comes to urban sprawl.
User avatar #37 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
I'm sorry, I miscommunicated here. I wasn't referring to logging companies specifically, I meant corporations in general. There are many UNREGULATED markets out there facilitating thoughtless urban sprawl and it's just not sustainable.
#43 - I do plan on going back! It was amazing over there, spent … 03/23/2015 on A whole country covered in... 0
#21 - The trees being cut down, and then the joke about it. …  [+] (20 new replies) 03/23/2015 on Deforestation Meme +3
User avatar #22 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Yeah. BUT, that's a lot of wood. I mean, with the way sawmills utilize wood and wood trash these days you're probably looking at a large portion of an average sized house on the back of that truck.
#26 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Tiber harvest is a problem, even with methods put into practice to conserve the effects. It's still pretty bad.

Guess I'm just a hippy...
#42 - anonymous (03/23/2015) [-]
have you seen the american midwest? trees for days, literally. you know that old expression ".. doesn't grow on trees"? you know what does grow on trees? trees grow on trees. we aren't running out of trees anywhere but the rainforest and that just because they produce hardwood. start buying soft wood desks and cabinets then come talk to me about the environmental impact.
User avatar #27 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
I don't know about hippy. There's an awful lot we can do to stretch wood resources after all. BUT. Grass is way better at consuming CO2. Wood products are basically CO2 vaults. AND! Wood looks nice.
#76 - shulkexplains (03/24/2015) [-]
You should also realize that if your making the CO2 and O2 argument trees dont contribute to our atmosphere nearly as much as you think. When our oxygen/nitrogen based atmosphere first formed land trees didnt exist. It was because of sea plant life and amoebas. not saying anyones wrong btw, just my 2 cents
#43 - anonymous (03/23/2015) [-]
trees are the very definition of renewable resource. just like whale oil
#35 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Well I seem to have started a debate, and I apologize in advance but after the stress of researching environmental issues for months I'm going to go to bed.

Good night!
User avatar #36 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Have a good sleep man. I'll bet your paper is a real ringer.
#39 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Sorry I couldn't leave without one comment.
My argumenative side is a bitch!

Thank you though!
User avatar #55 - thelastamerican (03/24/2015) [-]
I like it.
#33 - themisstophat has deleted their comment.
User avatar #28 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
Yes, but also take into account how water intensive grasses are. If we're talking about plantlife that reduces the waste of resources, grass isn't exactly a prime example.
User avatar #29 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
There are grasses that consume relatively small amounts of water. And besides, water also evaporates from grass stupidly fast.

Besides, the grass isn't going to stay forever. With the way logging is done in the US trees can overtake an aria that has been logged in 10-15 years. Add to that the incredible amount of land that is forested in the US and I really seriously doubt that we've got much to worry about unless we start using wood unwisely.
User avatar #30 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
Eh, very true. I'm much a fan of reinstating native plants in their native habitats, I honestly believe that would be the best option for reducing waste and preserving resources. Of course, consumption has to be curbed and conservation education and efforts need to improve as well.
User avatar #31 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Honestly though... Tree farms. It's the best way to produce large quantities of high quality wood. Not only that, but the trees leave enough space between them that you can also grow grasses. Tree farms have a huge environmental impact.
User avatar #32 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
That also keeps us from encroaching upon forests even further, forests are treasure troves of biodiversity and valuable natural resources that we're practically demolishing without a second thought.
User avatar #34 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
Well, that's not true. The first part is, but the second part is just foolish man. Without a second thought? Logging companies are so incredibly regulated that they are REQUIRED to have a second thought. And a third, and a fourth. They have to hire people to check for endangered species, they have to hire people to ensure they only take the 'right' trees. They're just about rules lawyered to the point that they can't actually cut down trees.
User avatar #38 - themisstophat (03/23/2015) [-]
Just one point the utilization of tiber effects more than just cutting down trees. It destroys natural landscapes and damages biodiversity. These in turn affect the ecosystems and the worlds biochemical functioning.
The reason that it is import, is the growing demand for timber use with the rapid growth of population. Unless we can figure out a solution now, it will soon be too late.
That is all, now I'm out. PEACE!
User avatar #40 - thelastamerican (03/23/2015) [-]
About 13% of the land in the US is developed. I don't think we've got a lot to worry about when it comes to urban sprawl.
User avatar #37 - gabsmatags (03/23/2015) [-]
I'm sorry, I miscommunicated here. I wasn't referring to logging companies specifically, I meant corporations in general. There are many UNREGULATED markets out there facilitating thoughtless urban sprawl and it's just not sustainable.

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User avatar #8 - goodadventures (03/31/2013) [-]
i want to put my penis inside you
User avatar #9 to #8 - themisstophat (04/01/2013) [-]
I want to put mine in you - what are the odds of that?!
User avatar #10 to #9 - goodadventures (04/01/2013) [-]
kwl beans, what part of the uk are you from?
User avatar #11 to #10 - themisstophat (04/01/2013) [-]
Greater Manchester... Such a lovely place.
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Sorry about that, old friend
User avatar #5 to #4 - themisstophat (02/24/2013) [-]
I wondered what had I done?!

Haha don't worry about it pal :)
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