We might, but not before we have to live in a world like, well, in the movie Waterworld. It will have it's pros and cons; by instance sharks will have a chance to rule the planet, but in the other hand, the population of pirates will go through the roof! But seriously, coincidentally the other day I saw an article in about a proposal to re-purpose old giant tanker ships to turn them into floating cities. If I'm not wrongly recalling it, it was a suggestion for countries with very limited territory, you know, island-countries; but a lot of people may end up having to live in floating cities, if the seas keep rising.
And you know what else may happen if the sea level keeps going up: Cthulhu.
Sometimes I can't explain to myself how has humanity lasted this long. It's like... There was a chance they would incinerate the whole atmosphere when they tested the first A-bomb, but they tested it anyway.
And yes, those who said it was a real possibility were wrong in some level, but still...
Hahahaha! You know what's funny? The other day I read an article in which Stephen Hawking was talking about what could cause the end of the world, and one of the things he mentioned was "Artificial Intelligence".
The fun part is that by pure coincidence the next article was about military drones... Think about it; we gave them weapons already! We are doomed! rofl
True, true. It's like when I see a whole family, mom, dad, two kids and a pet, all riding one single motorcycle and none of them are wearing helmets.
It happens in South America at least, I've seen it, and it's the scariest thing ever emotion_8c
I believe not saying thanks is the internet version of running away while screaming "Sucker" after someone does something nice for you in real life.
So of course I'll say thanks if someone is nice to me, since I know how it feels when you don't get at least a "thank you" in return.
Why to hurt the feelings of other people without need, right?
Hehehe... That's still there... sweatdrop I honestly don't remember why I did that, but I think it had something to do with a little "research" I did about "sex robots", which by the way was greatly disappointing...
Hey, thanks again for the surprise. I already got to buy a couple of items I've wanting for years, and which I though I'll never get, specially since the marketplace went bonkers, as the British say.
You rock! biggrin