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Thauã Aguirre
Thauã Aguirre
May 05

Gave me an idea when I first saw it. You know, having went through what we did starting in 2020 and so much coming out of it that revealed just how we're led by people who shouldn't be trusted to run a kindergarten (Yes, I mean this also in the way you imagined). To paraphrase a very anti-scientific phrase repeated often these past years, "the science is settled" on the fate of Earth on this comic. I've been reading these for long enough to know that you have your biases, like anyone else, yet you still like to leave us imagining what's behind this articular Great Catastrophe. Mankind perseveres for decades, somehow. Technology still develops, somehow. So it got me thinking... What about the…

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Lucas Leal
Lucas Leal
Jun 16, 2023

A altruistic bittersweet end for a selfish and greedy specie like us.

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Jaskier Hegebner
Jaskier Hegebner
Jan 26, 2023

If you need to go, go with a Bang.

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Andrew Midkiff
Andrew Midkiff
Jan 23, 2023

Maybe instead of using the entire world's resources over several decades to build two highly-expiermental proton colliders and a satellite telescope to record the whole thing, we could just, you know.... repair climate change????

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jcstout.fl
Apr 19
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Climate change has never been within humans control. Ice cores shows it's happened multiple times before. Temps will rise and then they drop. All humans are doing is causing it to happen much faster than normally.

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Damian Alcántara
Damian Alcántara
Jan 09, 2023

This is wild. I knew about the FOCAL idea of building a SGL Telescope, but I never imagined a solar system scale Hadron Collider!! Man, your SciFi is truly the wildest!

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