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Re: #USTE: All immortals? (transhumanism and philosophy)




by Macro » 12/08/21, 10:15

Janic wrote: the fantasy wide awake! There are already a number of daily problems that should be resolved before. Overpopulation ,, the lack of food, the overproduction of inherent waste, the galloping birth rate, and the endless multiplication of hospitals and other places of care to keep all these redundant bedridden patients alive.


It's in court ...
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by Janic » 13/08/21, 07:33

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It's in court ...
that is to say!?
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by Macro » 13/08/21, 09:16

Covid for some .. ARN vaccination for those who come to resist covid ... Miscarriages drop in birth rates. Deaths of the elderly by covid Decrease in care for the elderly ... Deaths linked to covid and vaccine ... Decline in demography ... It is no longer a fantasy ...

Roughly speaking, we will come to wonder if it would not be the green Taliban who would have developed this virus
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by Janic » 13/08/21, 09:24

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Roughly speaking, we would come to wonder if it would not be the green Taliban who would have developed this virus
It is obvious, with the intention of committing suicide in an ecological and not logical way.
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by Macro » 13/08/21, 10:21

No….

Imagine twisted extremists bio vegan and co .... Like those who advocate a return to nature .... Those there know that anyway ... There is no room for 6 billion people on the planet to get there .... And that they, in perfect physical health, knowing by their monastic behaviors to maintain a powerful immunity decide to rid the planet of the parasitic gizmos eaters, oil burners, consumers of nuclear ……. In the lot ... There are many who work in labs, and others who live in caves with bats .... Who tells us ... That these benevolent people for the planet, would not have developed a disease with their friends bat to eradicate, what they call the pests and the weak… .They of course… With their immunity would remain in place and could live according to their principles. ...

That was my conspiratorial thought in the morning ...

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by Janic » 13/08/21, 11:25

That was my conspiratorial thought in the morning ...
effectively! Lots of conspiracy-type imagining. Fortunately, it's just an imaginary fantasy.
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by Macro » 13/08/21, 11:56

However… .This is the type of solutions that you recommend a few posts above….

You, from what we can read here, you are a moderate benefactor…. But it is not to be excluded that types sharing this kind of ideas with less common sense and tolerance than you are capable of such acts….
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Re: #USTE: All immortals? (transhumanism and philosophy)




by Janic » 13/08/21, 12:22

by Macro »13/08/21, 11:56 PM
However… .This is the type of solutions that you recommend a few posts above….
:?:
You, from what we can read here, you are a benefactor :?: moderate…. But it is not to be excluded that types sharing this kind of ideas with less common sense and tolerance than you are capable of such acts….
effectively! There are idiots everywhere in these circles as among their opponents, it is in human nature!
PS: I exchanged a few points of view on a forum vegan and green people are as rare as hair on a bald head, when organic, there is no question, most of them (generally young people from 20 to 40 years old) do not. don't give a fuck; it's drugs, vaccines, alcohol, tobacco and other toxic chemicals all the way
They don't care about animal experiments, it's not the same thing! but you should not wear clothes made with sheep's wool because that is serious, very serious!
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by Macro » 13/08/21, 13:07

Janic wrote:incoherent
The death of the individual is only an incident of certain forms of life for the perpetuation of the species, a principle no more necessary for the individual than it is necessary for the species. And even if immortality is not attainable, living 500 years instead of 80 would not bother anyone, especially if everyone can say at some point "I'm fed up, I'm quitting". In matters of life, man will be much less stressed when he can say "death is if I want".
the fantasy wide awake! There are already a number of daily problems that should be resolved before. Overpopulation ,, the lack of food, the overproduction of inherent waste, the galloping birth rate, and the endless multiplication of hospitals and other places of care to keep all these redundant bedridden patients alive.


Here it is
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by Janic » 13/08/21, 13:23

Janic
the fantasy wide awake! There are already a number of daily problems that should be resolved before. Overpopulation ,, the lack of food, the overproduction of inherent waste, the galloping birth rate, and the endless multiplication of hospitals and other places of care to keep all these redundant bedridden patients alive.
Here it is
okaayy! but not a benefactor, I have nothing to do with it!
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