Collapsitarian Scientists

Scientists are losing their shit. Just like us retards. Stay Boring.

Smoke a doob, have a drink and play a little guitar or sing by a fire.
It helps.

Humpty Dumpty’s Pre-Traumatic-Stress-Disorders

This guy is hilarious.

It’s The End Of The World – How Do You Feel?

This gal is hilarious. Why does nobody listen?

http://www.ozy.com/fast-forward/its-the-end-of-the-world-how-do-you-feel/62757

Collapse Documentation

We are going to lose oxygen 6 times faster than we thought. Mmm… What to do?

https://lokisrevengeblog.wordpress.com/2016/09/09/earth-oxygen-emergency-conference/

We will run out of resources and habitat before we have 100% renewable power.

https://lokisrevengeblog.wordpress.com/2016/01/24/no-soil-water-before-100-renwable-energy/

 

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2 thoughts on “Collapsitarian Scientists

  1. Stephen Davies says:

    Thought you might like this:

    http://xkcd.com/1732/

    🙂

    Stephen N. Davies, B.Math, CMC Managing Director Transformation by Design http://transformationbydesign.com/ mobile: +1 (416) 894-5838 >

    From: Lokis Revenge Reply-To: Loki’s Revenge Date: Sunday, September 11, 2016 at 9:49 AM To: Stephen Davies Subject: [New post] Collapsitarian Scientists

    WordPress.com lokisrevengeblog posted: “Stay Boring. Scientists are losing their shit. So are us retards. Humpty Dumpty’s Pre-Traumatic-Stress-Disorders This guy is hilarious. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kTE_2FNQyc It’s The End Of The World – How Do You Feel? This gal is hilarious. h”

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  2. I just finished giving a presentation to a group of young professionals in my organization. This group is working on generational issues (specifically the challenges Millennials face entering the workforce). Part of my presentation is about world conditions and it’s a rare opportunity for me to put up the chart from Limits to Growth and basically say, sorry, we (your elders) failed you, now this is what you face. Then I put up a slide of global GHG emissions and hammered on climate change for a couple of minutes.

    Of course this is going pretty far in the professional world and I had to frame this as “these are the challenges you are going to face moving forward” as if there were actually solutions to be had. I was probably pushing the limit of social acceptability as it was. If I’d told them there’s no hope, it’s too late… well, I need to keep getting a paycheck and that’s not a good way to do it.

    Regardless, nobody in the room flinched or challenged my assessment. They all seemed to accept that things are actually that bad. They know- even though they don’t talk about it. And they certainly won’t suggest that there are no viable solutions left on the table. That’s taboo.

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