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Anyone worried about it? I tend to worry about it everyday due to that the planet might only survive another 31 years

Is it even worth getting married and having kids considering we might see the end of times?

Sometimes I feel like giving up and other times I wanna stay strong and keep on fighting to save this planet.

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I think you may be freaking out a bit too much..

I mean yeah it's a serious problem and we should make changes.. but not give up and do nothing
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Peer wroteI think you may be freaking out a bit too much..

I mean yeah it's a serious problem and we should make changes.. but not give up and do nothing


I haven't given up yet, my Instagram is full of awareness and I am trying join Al Gore's Climate Reality group.
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No point worrying lol, if it happens it happens.

End of the day, no one can do anything about it.
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Mikey wroteNo point worrying lol, if it happens it happens.

End of the day, no one can do anything about it.


That is where you're wrong, there is a lot we can do!
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Lmfao nah, not worried at all. Because at the end of the day, one movement of people isn't going to change the entire world of wrongs just to worry about the earth. Yes, I believe in Global Warming, no, I am not worried what so ever.
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Mikey wroteNo point worrying lol, if it happens it happens.

End of the day, no one can do anything about it.


That is where you're wrong, there is a lot we can do!

There is a lot we can do mate, but let's be honest, nothing is gonna get done lmaoo.
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My man Donald Trump says it's not an issue and I stand by him 100%!
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While I'm not getting paranoid behind it or anything, I am noticing that there is just a lot more going on than what was happening say 7 or so years ago. Europe's heat wave this year was probably the biggest eye opener for me. Shit, even in Russia, for June, there was constant high 20's and low 30's Celsius. That's not really common at all for June, not even that common in August, going years back, we would usually hover around low 20C or a little lower, with a day or so maybe hitting high 20's and on a very rare occasion hitting a 30c, but now this year it is actually a common weather pattern it seems. Plus it's been showing over there with how many polar bears are starting to "invade" residential areas further north in search of food.

I've been in America for almost 10 years and I remember when I first moved here, I would still bitch about the heat in the summer time, but it was for the most part manageable, over the years, it's just gotten worse for me, I mean, I legit was having a heat stroke at E3 and I'VE NEVER had that happen, even when I used to force myself to wear hoodies and shit to keep my tattoos out of the sun lmfao

But uhhhhhhhh the thought of having like some existential crisis about whether or not to get married or have kids or even simply just give up on life because of global warming is reaching way outside of the means of normal thinking. Humans have gone through literal plagues that were wiping out humanity in droves and they still continued getting married and/or having kids, even when those seemed like the end of times to them. Yes, it can be argued that the earth's climate, ecosystem, well being or whatever is bigger than a plague, but it's still in the same fashion of people thinking it was the end of the world because of constant death.

Can things be done to help/eventually reverse what has happened, sure, will they be done anytime soon, probably not. If you want to be conscious about helping the earth, go do what you want to do to give a smaller carbon footprint, but I don't think it's something you should really have a near existential crisis over. Live your life how you want and do what you want to help out where you feel the need to, not let it control your life from stressing over it because honestly, that seemed like an overreaction to question if it's even worth living anymore due to global warming/climate change.
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Kind of. It bothers me with how much people and animals will suffer from this process that will most likely never be reversed because corporations would rather a few dollars over anyone else's lives. Slapping tariffs on solar panels doesn't really seem like the right move to make, but we (the US) did that. Oh well. I'm not optimistic about any of it.
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