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JONATHON PORRITT, one of Gordon Brown’s leading green advisers, is to warn that Britain must drastically reduce its population if it is to build a sustainable society.

 

Porritt’s call will come at this week’s annual conference of the Optimum Population Trust (OPT), of which he is patron.

 

The trust will release research suggesting UK population must be cut to 30m if the country wants to feed itself sustainably.

Porritt said: “Population growth, plus economic growth, is putting the world under terrible pressure. "

 

 

 

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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article5950442.ece

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Terraforming or colonies?

 

I may or may not have watched this recently http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/expedition-week/4588/Overview :shifty:

 

Colonies first, then when you've got people on the ground in self sustaining environments, you can start fucking around with greenhouse gases (I think that's the plan) in an attempt to build an atmosphere.

 

 

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Another exciting thread from Parky...........

 

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Is that your legendary irish humour? Or did we crush that?

 

Oh fuck.

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Terraforming or colonies?

 

I may or may not have watched this recently http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/expedition-week/4588/Overview :shifty:

 

Colonies first, then when you've got people on the ground in self sustaining environments, you can start fucking around with greenhouse gases (I think that's the plan) in an attempt to build an atmosphere.

 

 

 

Surely it's better to use a few decades planning how to perform the terraforming, then sending out the necessary amount of people and material to start doing the ground work for the terraforming, then do it and actually have a living environment to colonize?

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Obama has cancelled the moon missions bro.  :kasper:

 

The moon, yes. Mars is still on.

 

Nah.

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Terraforming or colonies?

 

I may or may not have watched this recently http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/expedition-week/4588/Overview :shifty:

 

Colonies first, then when you've got people on the ground in self sustaining environments, you can start fucking around with greenhouse gases (I think that's the plan) in an attempt to build an atmosphere.

 

 

 

Surely it's better to use a few decades planning how to perform the terraforming, then sending out the necessary amount of people and material to start doing the ground work for the terraforming, then do it and actually have a living environment to colonize?

 

I'm no expert, just an asshole that saw a documentary, but they're planning how to perform it here on Earth. The plan is to use greenhouse gasses to create global warming on Mars, raising the temperature enough for all the necessary resources already available on the planet to "wake up".

 

Something like this will probably take decades/centuries to accomplish, though. So, atm the most feasible method of colonization would be in those wacky sci fi bubble communities. But even that would take decades.

 

Essentially, traffic is going to suck for the entirety of all our lives. But our great x 4 grand kids might lose a car length here or there.

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Obama has cancelled the moon missions bro.  :kasper:

 

The moon, yes. Mars is still on.

 

Nah.

 

Shame they're still working on it then.

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Obama has cancelled the moon missions bro.  :kasper:

 

The moon, yes. Mars is still on.

 

Nah.

 

Shame they're still working on it then.

 

What 2025? America will be bankcrupt within 5 years.

 

 

Here is the real trick...Taxing and making money from thin AIR...

 

 

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Terraforming or colonies?

 

I may or may not have watched this recently http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/expedition-week/4588/Overview :shifty:

 

Colonies first, then when you've got people on the ground in self sustaining environments, you can start fucking around with greenhouse gases (I think that's the plan) in an attempt to build an atmosphere.

 

 

 

Surely it's better to use a few decades planning how to perform the terraforming, then sending out the necessary amount of people and material to start doing the ground work for the terraforming, then do it and actually have a living environment to colonize?

 

I'm no expert, just an asshole that saw a documentary, but they're planning how to perform it here on Earth. The plan is to use greenhouse gasses to create global warming on Mars, raising the temperature enough for all the necessary resources already available on the planet to "wake up".

 

Something like this will probably take decades/centuries to accomplish, though. So, atm the most feasible method of colonization would be in those wacky sci fi bubble communities. But even that would take decades.

 

Essentially, traffic is going to suck for the entirety of all our lives. But our great x 4 grand kids might lose a car length here or there.

 

I wasn't being totally serious saying they should do it before the end of the century, man :lol: Just that it'd be rather cool, like in the documentary. Much cooler than population control.

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We could, though! That's what's so frustrating. It shouldn't take 90 years to have martian colonies, man. If we really gave a shit, we could be fucking around on Titan in 90 years.

 

I wish the terrorists were trying to get into space.

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Should rather just throw billions after billions at attempting to do some terraforming of Mars before the end of the next century tbh.

 

Terraforming or colonies?

 

I may or may not have watched this recently http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/expedition-week/4588/Overview :shifty:

 

Colonies first, then when you've got people on the ground in self sustaining environments, you can start fucking around with greenhouse gases (I think that's the plan) in an attempt to build an atmosphere.

 

 

 

Surely it's better to use a few decades planning how to perform the terraforming, then sending out the necessary amount of people and material to start doing the ground work for the terraforming, then do it and actually have a living environment to colonize?

 

I'm no expert, just an asshole that saw a documentary, but they're planning how to perform it here on Earth. The plan is to use greenhouse gasses to create global warming on Mars, raising the temperature enough for all the necessary resources already available on the planet to "wake up".

 

Something like this will probably take decades/centuries to accomplish, though. So, atm the most feasible method of colonization would be in those wacky sci fi bubble communities. But even that would take decades.

 

Essentially, traffic is going to suck for the entirety of all our lives. But our great x 4 grand kids might lose a car length here or there.

 

I wasn't being totally serious saying they should do it before the end of the century, man :lol: Just that it'd be rather cool, like in the documentary. Much cooler than population control.

 

 

 

 

 

It's 2031 actually, just checked. It would be great but I don't think it will happen for quite some time, the West is really out of money...You can't really cool your way round that sadly.

 

 

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We could, though! That's what's so frustrating. It shouldn't take 90 years to have martian colonies, man. If we really gave a shit, we could be fucking around on Titan in 90 years.

 

I wish the terrorists were trying to get into space.

 

Are Americans just going to blame EVERYTHING ON TERRORISM or are they all brainwashed?? Serious question.

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We could, though! That's what's so frustrating. It shouldn't take 90 years to have martian colonies, man. If we really gave a shit, we could be fucking around on Titan in 90 years.

 

I wish the terrorists were trying to get into space.

 

Are Americans just going to blame EVERYTHING ON TERRORISM or are they all brainwashed?? Serious question.

 

I was referencing the Russians and the old space race and how we all got behind the mission to the moon. If our enemy was trying to do something other than blow up cars and cafe's, we'd have a little fucking scientific curiosity.

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We could, though! That's what's so frustrating. It shouldn't take 90 years to have martian colonies, man. If we really gave a shit, we could be fucking around on Titan in 90 years.

 

I wish the terrorists were trying to get into space.

 

Are Americans just going to blame EVERYTHING ON TERRORISM or are they all brainwashed?? Serious question.

 

I think he was joking tbf.

 

edit: seems he wasn't.

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