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MIT Predicted in 1972 That Society Will Collapse This Century. New Research Shows We’re on Schedule. 

 

A remarkable new study by a director at one of the largest accounting firms in the world has found that a famous, decades-old warning from MIT about the risk of industrial civilization collapsing appears to be accurate based on new empirical data.

In 1972, a team of MIT scientists got together to study the risks of civilizational collapse. Their system dynamics model published by the Club of Rome identified impending ‘limits to growth’ (LtG) that meant industrial civilization was on track to collapse sometime within the 21st century, due to overexploitation of planetary resources.

The study was published in the Yale Journal of Industrial Ecology in November 2020 and is available on the KPMG website. It concludes that the current business-as-usual trajectory of global civilization is heading toward the terminal decline of economic growth within the coming decade—and at worst, could trigger societal collapse by around 2040.

MIT Predicted in 1972 That Society Will Collapse This Century. New Research Shows We’re on Schedule.

Los Angeles orders EVERYONE to wear masks

20-foot sinkhole opens up in the middle of NYC street

'Nobody should trust Wikipedia,'

Oliver Stone compares cancel culture to witch hunts, blasts NFL as 'arrogant,' and says Hillary Clinton wants to be a man

C.D.C. Director Warns of a ‘Pandemic of the Unvaccinated’

Las Vegas officials recommend masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status

More than 100 dead, as many as 1,500 missing after floods hit Europe

Music is BANNED in restaurants and bars on Greek island of Mykonos as authorities enforce nighttime curfew as Covid cases surge across Europe

Tags: Enforcement, Future, Health, Life, Science, Society, Survival, Termination, Warning, World

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17-Jul-2021


Is There Such a Thing as Eco-Friendly Jewelry? 

 

Good question. Any industrial jewelry mining can have numerous harmful negative impacts on the environment, ranging from erosion of the land, to leakage of harmful chemicals into the water supply, to the alteration of an entire ecosystem. And let’s not forget about the carbon footprint of the heavy machinery that’s used in the process. So yes, there most definitely is such a thing as eco-friendly jewelry — that is, any jewelry that was mined with the least possible negative impact on the environment, or not mined at all.

Is There Such a Thing as Eco-Friendly Jewelry?

Running shoes leave large carbon footprint, study shows

THE SHOCKING TRUTH ABOUT WHERE HAIR EXTENSIONS COME FROM

The environmental impact of cut flowers? Not so rosy

How Green Is Your Swimming Pool?

Rich People Are Bad For The Planet Studies Show

Blame the 'PA-TREE-ARCHY'!

Bella Hadid covers breasts with stunning golden lungs necklace by Schiaparelli

Millions of Shellfish Boiled Alive Due to Pacific Northwest Heat Wave, Harming Ecosystem and Businesses

Tags: Beauty, Celebrity, Choices, Death, Environment, Flowers, Fucking The Environment!, Hair, Health, Jewelry, Shoes, Sneakers, Terraforming, Toxic, Trees, Waste, Water, Women In Charge

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15-Jul-2021


US counties in the South and West see an increase in COVID-19 cases as Indian Delta variant takes hold and former FDA commissioner warns the mutant will cause 'very dense outbreaks' 

 

U.S. counties in the South and West are seeing an increase in coronavirus cases as the Indian 'Delta' variant continues to spread rapidly in undervaccinated areas.

Areas in states such as Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Wyoming are reporting between 100 and 500 cases per 100,000 people over the last seven days, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

This is much higher than the national average of 23.9 infections per 100,000.

US counties in the South and West see an increase in COVID-19 cases as Indian Delta variant

Physician describes what it's like in the ICU as COVID cases, hospitalizations rise again

Florida's ban on vaccination proof requirements complicates U.S. cruise line comeback

The current state of Covid-19 in the United States, in 5 charts

Thousands get fake COVID vaccine shots in alleged scam in India

Missouri mother-of-two, 45, who didn't want to get vaccinated against COVID-19 over fears of side effects dies after contracting Indian 'Delta' variant

Japan Could Back Out of Allowing Local Fans at Olympics as Potential New State of Emergency Looms

US records 20,000 new COVID cases three days in a row for the first time since May as Delta variant continues to ravage areas with low vaccination rates

President Macron says only the immune can go to French bars and restaurants, makes Covid jabs compulsory

Indian 'Delta' variant is expected to cause spike of deaths in five US states over the coming weeks, health experts warn

Tags: Charts & Grafts, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Health, Illness, Mutation, Safety, Sports, Statistics, Travel, Vaccine, Warning, World

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12-Jul-2021


Newborn puppy born with no eyes is dumped by breeder who deliberately crossed two runts to try and create the smallest 'teacup' dog possible 

 

A newborn puppy born with no eyes was dumped at a shelter by her breeder after they deliberately bred two runts to try and create the smallest 'teacup' dog possible.

Teacup, who's a cross between a miniature schnauzer and wheaten terrier, was not only born blind, but also with her bladder attached to her uterus.

The tiny pup weighed only 1lb for the first four weeks of her life, struggling to stay warm due to her diminutive size.

Newborn puppy born with no eyes is dumped by breeder

'That's not a normal house cat!' Georgia woman recalls terror after waking up to find an African wildcat had crawled into her bed

Maniac punches carriage horse, attacks two others in Central Park: driver

Man bitten by neighbor’s escaped pet python while on toilet, cops say

Chris Brown gets sued by cleaning lady who claims one of his dogs attacked her in December in LA

Florida woman dies from apparent gator attack in retention pond

US woman killed by bear that dragged her from tent in Montana

Grizzly bear that's believed to have dragged cyclist, 65, from tent and killed her is shot dead after trying to rip a homeowner's door off

Nebraska zoo urges nearly 200 guests to get rabies shot after overnight campers were exposed to wild, infected bat

Florida's manatees are dying in record numbers, officials say

Tags: Animals, Attack, Breeding, Celebrity, Fail, Health, Injury, Mental Health, Sad, Terraforming

Filed under: Health/Food

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12-Jul-2021


West Nile virus and invasive mosquitos arrive in Shasta County 

 

Positive tests from samples of adult mosquitos in the Anderson and Shingletown area confirm the West Nile virus has returned to Shasta county.

The Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District (SMVCD) said in a press release Saturday that the positive tests came from routine collections as part of their surveillance program. The district is now attempting to decrease mosquito populations through ground treatments in areas where the positive mosquitos were found. They are also continuing their widespread mosquito trapping and testing to monitor virus activity.

West Nile virus and invasive mosquitos arrive in Shasta County

Mosquitoes carrying a virus that causes paralysis and death are swarming at least 6 states

California has reported its first West Nile death of the year

Protecting yourself from mosquito-borne diseases

Tags: Awareness, Death, Environment, Health, Infected, Insects, Pests, Safety, Science, Terraforming, Threat, Warning

Filed under: Health/Food

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11-Jul-2021


Venice Beach violence reaches boiling point in L.A. as new viral video emerges 

 

On any given day, video footage documenting violent incidents in the famed Venice Beach neighborhood of Los Angeles – involving the homeless who have erected tents there – are uploaded online.

A video posted online Friday appears to show a homeless man being attacked by an unidentified man and woman as he sits on the ground near the boardwalk – while other people walk past without intervening.

Concerns from neighborhood residents, business owners and law enforcement have grown in the months since tent encampments on the beach expanded and quality-of-life issues continue to plague the area.

Venice Beach violence reaches boiling point in L.A. as new viral video emerges

‘He Took My Daughter’s Innocence Away’: ‘Peeping Tom’ Who Watched Daughter, Attacked Mother Gets Shot by Father, Deputies Say

MSNBC's Joy Reid is slammed for saying she is skeptical of soaring crime rates JUST because she hasn't heard 'anecdotes from friends' about violence in big cities

Cable TV worker killed, public workers shot in S. Carolina

Female tourist is slashed near Times Square after ignoring stranger's cat calls as NYC sees serious crimes jump by 25% in 12 months

Gunman who shot and killed pro-golfer, 41, at Georgia country club after he drove onto a green had two other bodies stashed in his truck and is still being hunted by cops

Chicago's crime spiral continues as 15 are shot - 6 fatally - over weekend, days after Mayor Lori Lightfoot claimed 99% of criticism targeting her was racist and sexist

Alabama police search for suspects after home of Democratic state senator 'is shot at 23 times' before dawn

Despairing residents of Manhattan's 'Hell Square' in the Lower East Side plead with NYPD to stop constant partying that is making their lives miserable

Target, Walgreens close early due to thefts in California stores

Tags: Business, Challenge, Children, Contamination, Environment, Fear, Health, Mental Health, Misconduct, Neighbor, Politics, Replacement, Ridiculous, Safety, Self Defense, Sex, Shutdown, Violence, Women In Charge

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04-Jul-2021


Go ahead, marry your cousin—it’s not that bad for your future kids 

 

From 1650 to 1850, a given person was, on average, fourth cousins with their spouse, according to Erlich’s data. “Many people may have married their first cousin and many people married someone not at all related to them,” he says. But within a century, that had changed. By 1950, married couples were, on average, more like seventh cousins, according to Erlich.

One common sense explanation for this shift is that when transportation methods improved, bachelors and bachelorettes had access to potential partners they had once been denied by geography. This makes sense, given that before 1950, most people stayed in place and ended up marrying someone who lived with in a six-mile radius of where they were born.

In biology, genetic diversity is all the rage. If something goes wrong with the genetic material provided to you by your mom, you’re more likely to shake it off if your dad’s genetic material is very different. If dad’s left you hanging when it comes to susceptibility to a certain disease, a mom from a radically different gene pool could confer the protection you require. If mom and dad are genetically similar, however, both versions of a gene are likely to shut down at the same time. It’s estimated that 4 to 7 percent of children born from first-cousin marriages have birth defects, compared to 3 to 4 percent for children born from distantly related marriages.

Go ahead, marry your cousin—it’s not that bad for your future kids

Tags: Environment, Family, Health, History, Marriage, Safety, Science

Filed under: Health/Food

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02-Jul-2021


The world's oldest living man is Puerto Rican, Guinness World Records confirms 

 

According to Flores Márquez, the key to a long and happy life is to have an abundance of love — as well as avoiding anger and resentment.

The world's oldest living man is Puerto Rican, Guinness World Records confirms

Tags: Aging, Americans, Celebration, Environment, Health, Pride, Survival, World Record

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01-Jul-2021


British man, 40, becomes first patient in the world to break his penis VERTICALLY after hitting it so hard against his partner during sex that he suffered a 3cm fracture 

 

Doctors in the UK have recorded the first known case of a penis breaking vertically during sex.

The 40-year-old man's member 'buckled against his partner's perineum', or the area between the anus and genitals, before it a 3cm tear opened at its base.

Doctors did not say what position he was in, but penis fractures are most commonly triggered by 'doggy style' and 'man on top' positions, they wrote.

British man, 40, becomes first patient in the world to break his penis

Tags: Anatomy, Health, Injury, Men, Sex, Treatment, World

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01-Jul-2021


Passengers are already flocking back to cruise ships 

 

If ever there was an event to discourage vacationers from booking cruises, it should have been the Covid-19 pandemic. Passengers got sick, ships were stranded, and the industry stumbled badly in its response.

Yet despite a bruising 14 months, industry leader Carnival is feeling buoyant (sorry). While the company is still losing billions—it’s burning through $500 million a month so far this year—bookings for 2022 are ahead of 2019’s bookings, Carnival executives said on a conference call with analysts and investors today. And its not just discounting: Pricing for 2022 cruises is higher than for 2019 as well.

Passengers are already flocking back to cruise ships

Tags: Business, Health, NSFW, Safety, Travel, Trending, World

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24-Jun-2021


Sit up! It really will make you happier: Good posture improves your mood, increases concentration and can lower blood pressure, scientists say 

 

Did your parents or teachers ever tell you to ‘sit up straight’ or ‘stop slouching’? It seems they might have had a point.

Scientists have shown that a good posture improves your mood, increases concentration and can lower blood pressure.

The findings come from a study of 82 students in their 20s, who were asked to undertake a series of tests while sitting in different positions. They were not told that the study was observing their posture, but instead thought it was assessing their concentration.

Sit up!

Tags: Health, Loophole, Parenting, Science

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19-Jun-2021


Man contracts ‘flesh-eating bacteria’ from using roomie’s razor 

 

He tried to get a smooth chin — and got anything but.

A California man redefined “razor rash” after a shaver mixup resulted in his face getting ravaged by flesh-eating bacteria. His disfiguring fiasco first came to light in April via a series of viral TikTok videos, but the poor soul hadn’t divulged the full story until now.

Man contracts ‘flesh-eating bacteria’ from using roomie’s razor

Tags: Bacteria, Contamination, Eek, Environment, Etiquette, Friendship, Health, Illness

Filed under: Health/Food

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16-Jun-2021


Toxic 'forever chemicals' detected in half of US makeup, study finds 

 

More than half the cosmetics sold in the United States and Canada are awash with a toxic industrial compound associated with serious health conditions, including cancer and reduced birth weight, according to a new study.

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame tested more than 230 commonly used cosmetics and found that 56% of foundations and eye products, 48% of lip products and 47% of mascaras contained fluorine — an indicator of PFAS, so-called "forever chemicals" that are used in nonstick frying pans, rugs and countless other consumer products.

Toxic 'forever chemicals' detected in half of US makeup, study finds

Tags: Bacteria, Chemicals, Disease, Health, Make-Up, Product, Safety, Warning

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16-Jun-2021


These 5 States Are Seeing the Worst COVID Surges 

 

After weeks of decline, the national seven-day average of new COVID cases in the U.S. stopped dropping and begun to plateau around June 8, according to The New York Times. The news comes as the national vaccination rate has also slowed, with close to one-third of Americans now saying they were hesitant to get their shots. But even as the two important figures flatline, certain states are already seeing some of the worst COVID surges reemerge, according to data from The Washington Post.

These 5 States Are Seeing the Worst COVID Surges

CDC will FINALLY label Indian Delta Covid strain as 'variant of concern' as the mutant virus scuppers the UK's reopening plans and leads to fears it could soon swarm the US

There's always a bigger shark. 15-Jun-2021

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Surge

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15-Jun-2021


California to Lift Many COVID-19 Restrictions June 15 

 

California is expected to “move beyond” the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, officially lifting restrictions on both capacity and physical distancing for most activities and businesses. Fully vaccinated individuals will no longer be required to wear face coverings except in the following places where masks are required for everyone: public transit, K-12 schools, childcare and youth settings, healthcare settings and long-term care facilities, state and local correctional and detention centers, and homeless and emergency shelters and cooling centers.

California to Lift Many COVID-19 Restrictions June 15

Tags: Community, Environment, Health, Masks, Policy, Safety

Filed under: Health/Food

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13-Jun-2021




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