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Domestic Cat 7500 BC – 2013 AD? — 7 Comments

    • I hope the cat survives and the humans die 🙂 That’s my atitude of doom – its doom for only the humans since they invented doom they should die by their own invention.

      • Yes I agree, the human race deserve to die out Marc and the planet to be returned to the animals and then Mother Nature will care for them as she did before we came along and systematically ruined her work.

        • You are not alone in that thought. I’d quite like the world to end as long as it happened quickly 😉 I don’t think it is any good anymore since humans evolved enough to strew it all up.

      • Me too. I got this idea from the television. It was Channel 4 news (a sensible new programme) and was told by the presenter that millions of people believe the world is coming to an end. It is the usual religious fervour and perhaps most of these millions are Muslims or crackpot Bible bashers quoting the end of our days as predicted in the Bible.

        However, it is a thought. There are possibilities even by the standards of sensible people. There is a lot of friction and stress in the world on many levels: religious, cultural, economic etc. It would not surprise me if something big happened in the not to distant future. It might be another economic crash which might precipitate a war between East and West.

  1. The world was going to end quite a few times in my lifetime but it hasn’t happened yet.
    The first time was when I was young and it was supposed to end at midnight, I sat up waiting but nothing happened so I went to bed lol
    The world ends every day for some people, of course it does because when someone dies their world ends.
    We will never know the end of the story of the world.

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