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  # 2185235 22-Feb-2019 09:51
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8462012/mum-bleach-torture-baby-turkey/

 

People never cease to amaze me. 


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  # 2185240 22-Feb-2019 09:56
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Let's not have a thread that lists all of the horrible things that people do to each other and to animals. That seems like a recipe for disaster.

 

We really are a parasitic species. I do wonder if we came across other intelligent lifeforms whilst exploring space, if they would deem us a threat to the galaxy and exteminate us like the virus we are?

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2185251 22-Feb-2019 10:13
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networkn:

 

Let's not have a thread that lists all of the horrible things that people do to each other and to animals. That seems like a recipe for disaster.

 

We really are a parasitic species. I do wonder if we came across other intelligent lifeforms whilst exploring space, if they would deem us a threat to the galaxy and exteminate us like the virus we are?

 

 

 

 

Yes.  It's more the other way around - them coming across us, not us coming across them.

 

It could be of course that the masterplan for the universe is for us to create self-replicating AI "life" which unlike us (subject to the frailty and limitations of organic life) can proliferate and bring order to the entire universe.  We'd be a threat.


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  # 2185259 22-Feb-2019 10:25
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Fred99:

 

networkn:

 

Let's not have a thread that lists all of the horrible things that people do to each other and to animals. That seems like a recipe for disaster.

 

We really are a parasitic species. I do wonder if we came across other intelligent lifeforms whilst exploring space, if they would deem us a threat to the galaxy and exteminate us like the virus we are?

 

 

 

 

Yes.  It's more the other way around - them coming across us, not us coming across them.

 

It could be of course that the masterplan for the universe is for us to create self-replicating AI "life" which unlike us (subject to the frailty and limitations of organic life) can proliferate and bring order to the entire universe.  We'd be a threat.

 

 

 

 

Sounds like the game: Nier: Automata


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  # 2186166 24-Feb-2019 09:42
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Fred99:

 

networkn:

 

Let's not have a thread that lists all of the horrible things that people do to each other and to animals. That seems like a recipe for disaster.

 

We really are a parasitic species. I do wonder if we came across other intelligent lifeforms whilst exploring space, if they would deem us a threat to the galaxy and exteminate us like the virus we are?

 

 

 

 

Yes.  It's more the other way around - them coming across us, not us coming across them.

 

It could be of course that the masterplan for the universe is for us to create self-replicating AI "life" which unlike us (subject to the frailty and limitations of organic life) can proliferate and bring order to the entire universe.  We'd be a threat.

 

 

I am guessing you don't watch The Orville (Star Trek but with some levity and a bit of soap opera). It deals with pretty much exactly this in the past two episodes.


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