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Mankind will be extinct within 25 years
I am a scientist and climatologist at a well-known university. My job is to study, test, and run experiments on the surrounding Arctic seabeds and ice glaciers. We study differences in ice levels and the surrounding temperatures. I have been doing this for well over 25 years and love it. We started noticing some anomalies back in 2007 in regards to the rate of melting ice caps.

I'm just going to get straight to the point and I won't make any replies to anything because it really doesn't matter and I'm pretty drunk. This is the only post I will make. Basically, not only are we fucked, we are dead men walking.

Earth has reached the point of no return. The initial ice caps are depleted so much that the underlying sea water has risen between 15-17C. What this means is that it's creating a chain reaction and melting the underlying permafrost underneath, releasing godly amounts of methane. When you do this, really bad things start happening, as this destroys the atmosphere entirely. The last time we had huge amounts of methane, 95% of all living things died. We are on the verge of this happening again and there is nothing we can do to stop it. The runaway chain reaction has started and the only way to save Earth is to force it into an ice age, but good luck with that. By 2028, life will begin dying and I'm assuming will attempt to go underground (most likely). By 2035 -2040, any remaining civilizations that still exist will most likely be dead.

No one is talking about this, and I'm not sure why. This is not BS, this is straight up facts and based on real evidence. So enjoy your memes, because I do. Your "happening" will come soon enough. Start stockpiling now because I am.
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Why monke teeth so sharp and strong if they eat fruits and veggies?
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No.12257076 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Is the reason why so many laypeople have a difficult time understanding science outside of garbage popsci articles is due to the massive amount of jargon most fields employ, rather than the actual complexity of the science itself?
Should we try to cut down on jargon?
Discuss.
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/chem/ Chemistry general

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No.12256690 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>professor shares his screen during lecture
>leaves all his tabs open
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No.12256382 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why should I stop smoking?
Scientifically speaking.
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Longevity / Anti-Aging Research Thread

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How does /sci/ feel about the current state of longevity/anti-aging research, NMN, Sirt genes, Resveritrol, David Sinclair, Aubrey De Gray, etc? I'm pretty fascinated by it all lately but I know it's also quite controversial still.
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Who actually believes this shit and why are there so many utter retard sub-pseudo bottled water brands?
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No.12258819 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Rate my CS degree's class requirements.
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