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Man-made materials outweigh all life on Earth

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Abramelin

Have they ever checked animal-made materials? Like termite- and ant-mounds?

And what about worms? They consume leafs, and their poop becomes soil.

How about the products of bacteria?

And so on.

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Kleng

Not much can make me nauseous... But this has.

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Laserburn

This is a ridiculous assertion.  We don't even know all the life forms that exist on earth let alone how many of what live at the bottom of oceans or deep underground. Absurd political claim.

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pbarosso

poop is man made too.

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pbarosso

but hey lets overreact and jump to the conclusion that man is  EVIL........this way we can tax people, create fake bureaucracies to manage the stolen taxes, and enrich a bunch of people who dont care either way.

 

sounds legit, it has already infected the thinking of one person above^^

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jethrofloyd

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Big Jim

We have not added one ounce to the weight of the earth.  The man made materials do not weigh more than the raw materials they were made from. 

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raspberryjammerman

Big Jim, well said.

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