The end times are near

It was only a matter of time before someone saw the recent mass deaths of cows, birds and fish as a sign of … neuro-toxic pollution? Severe weather shifts bringing unsurvivable cold or heat? The new media’s hyper-connectivity giving rise to the cognitive linking of similar but otherwise unrelated phenomena? Nope: something much more simple and obvious: the end of the world. “Are you serious? Could this be real? Are you serious? Yes!”

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5 thoughts on “The end times are near”

  1. This is why the Internet is evil. It’s too easy for people to get information and make all kind of connections that they wouldn’t be able to before.

    We need to cut ourselves off and live in our respective caves.

    Could I be serious?

    1. I agree. The Internet is evil — it makes it too easy to connect random events to reach the most dire possible conclusion, and then spread those conclusions virally to everyone else. We must end this scourge or it will destroy us all!

  2. I agree with Begley, we have turned our backs on God.

    God is in all of us, including the birds, fish and cows that have recently dropped dead en masse.

    We have turned our backs on the cows by treating them like shit. We have trapped them, force-fed them, we are torturing them.

    We have turned our backs on the fish, by spewing millions (maybe billions) of gallons of oil into oceans. Not to mention the chemical run-off into our streams and lakes.

    And we have turned our backs on the birds by polluting the air and atmosphere with extraordinary amounts of polluting exhaust.

    I don’t know about the second coming of Christ, whatever the hell that means (whoops). To me, Christ represents the human manifestation of God. The internet is the manifestation of all things human. So if the second coming of Christ is the rising of our global consciousness, I’d say we are well on our way.

  3. I just saw this video link through “Charter for Compassion”:
    The trailer to “I Am”.

    Sounds interesting… enlightening ideas like: ‎”The basis of nature is co-operation and democracy, its in our DNA.” And “We started asking what’s wrong with the world and we ended up discovering what’s right with it”.

    Maybe we can stop poisoning ourselves with despair and step forward because, really, we are all ready.

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