The scale of life

There are a lot of problems we are facing, and we proceed to sedate ourselves, denying our problems until the inevitable day of reckoning will be even worse than if we realized the truth and started living different.  We face so many problems, all with a growing scale and inevitability.

First, lets consider in your own little scope of life.  You are a male, and you want a girl.  Unfortunately you face quite the ordeal just finding a girl who is not fat.  Lets be real, fat makes girls ugly, anyone who tries to paint over this with ‘inner beauty’ or that ‘everyone is beautiful’ is delusional and feeding you total shit.  So, you try to find a non-fat girl, then you have to hope she isnt a bitch, and that perhaps you really luck out and she is nice and perhaps somehow has retained her femininity.  Studying so called ‘game’ actually helps, when you realize how animalistic girls are (just like guys) but in a different way, and to not treat them like princesses.

You face an endless, faceless, angry enemy called ‘feminism’ who corrupts everything it touches, turning lithe, nice females into angry fat bitches who demand ‘respect’.

So, we face much worse things.  Now pay attention, and try to avoid self-sedation.  Our environment is collapsing around us.  Our economy is in its final stages.  Radiation from fukushima will likely destroy the pacific, and in turn change our world to a nightmare.

Climate change is real. If you deny this, get the fuck out, seriously, this is such a documented phenomenon, check out ice cores if you actually want to learn a bit.  Regardless, our environment is dire, we are running out of clean water, our temperature is rising, weather is more extreme and erratic.

Tied to this, is the economy and oil.  Oil shale is a large sham, if you look into the data it will likely collapse within 10 years, (barring other things).  Our economy is a utterly debased currency, and the ‘quantitative easing’ only continues, this is not a US problem.  With this bad idea of a ‘global economy’ when ‘this sucka could go down’ everyone goes down.  Even if we avoid a complete catastrophic collapse, we are never going to improve, it is an endless slide into serfdom.  I feel bad for people who went to college.  I went, and it was a waste.  I should have either joined the military and served the bankers or went into trades and actually had money.  College is a utter waste.  We are doomed to the ‘average’ wage of ~14$/hr.  So for every guy making 50$, thats 10 guys making 10$ to average it out.

Fukushima is a catastrophe of our time.  No one in the media talks about it.  It is killing the pacific, you can look into animal death records, kelp records, salmon spawns with radiation poisoning etc.  It is only going to get worse, we simply can not stop it.  The pacific will die, people will die, the dying kelp etc will release methane, it will change albedo, weather will change in higher intensity.

Look into any of this for yourself.  I cant feed you the truth, I can only tell you things to look into.  We are in the final stage of civilization.  We dont see it because of normalcy bias.

Regardless, I dont want this to end as a downer.  This is ‘good game’ for us, it really is, but…and this is a big but, use it to live better.  If you are in your 20-30s, hell even 40s there is no ‘retirement’ for you.  It is over within 10 years.  Live the shit out of your life while it is still good.  Travel, ask girls out, go do risky things, LIVE LIFE.  We are on a very short time frame here for hellish conditions.  Enjoy your family, enjoy your friends.

This really should be a wake up call for a second lease on life.  Kind of like what I imagine finding out you have a few years to live from cancer.  Get out there and live baby.  Live that shit up, have fun, be happy.  Time is counting, you do not want to regret things you should have done.  Good luck out there, lets live together in the best damn way we can.



2 thoughts on “The scale of life

  1. I think your blowing the affects of Fukushima out of proportion. It was a disaster and bad things are happening because of it, but it’s not the end of the world. We intentionally detonated two nukes on Japan, that didn’t end the world. Chernoble released more radiation, that didn’t end the world.

  2. A sobering post, to be sure. While I agree with GNL that some of the things you mention aren’t *as* bad (yet?)as you make them out to be, the underlying message is worthy.

    1. Don’t treat the entire planet as a self-healing, never ending ball of resources.

    2. Enjoy each day to the fullest, because you never know if it’s your last one.

    3. Try to be kind/helpful to everyone you meet, as life is too short to sweat the small stuff.

    Nice post, EK. I think you said you lived in America too, so hope your Thanksgiving is a good one. 🙂

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