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Saturday, January 1, 2022

2022 – let’s have some fun

What’s really miA… missin’ in America… today?  The easy…basic… qwik… answer is… history and us Homo sapiens endless repetition of past misbehaviors.

We claim wisdom, knowledge, awareness and other fundamentals all the while we also keep repeating history’s ups and downs bringing me to this moment of fundamental (free) miA wisdom…

Read the following pls: 

·         https://mom.com/momlife/17976-12-oldest-animal-species-earth

·         https://www.oldest.org/animals/species/

Earth is about… 4.54 billion years old, plus or minus about 50 million years.   Source:  https://www.nationalgeographic.org/topics/resource-library-age-earth/?q=&page=1&per_page=25

How much longer will earth be around… ?  Pls read the following… fair amount of “’detail” offered… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_of_Earth

Now as to… us Homo sapiens… sit tight folks, don’t let the bedbugs bite… pls go to:  https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/humans-are-doomed-to-go-extinct/ or just read these few borrowed words…

“Mammal species tend to come and go rather rapidly, appearing, flourishing and disappearing in a million years or so. The fossil record indicates that Homo sapiens has been around for 315,000 years or so, but for most of that time, the species was rare—so rare, in fact, that it came close to extinction, perhaps more than once. Thus were sown the seeds of humanity’s doom: the current population has grown, very rapidly, from something much smaller. The result is that, as a species, H. sapiens is extraordinarily samey. There is more genetic variation in a few troupes of wild chimpanzees than in the entire human population. Lack of genetic variation is never good for species survival.”

We close… materialism appears to be Homo sapiens past and accelerating short lived/loved… anything comes and goes.  History loves repeating itself.



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