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One day, in the hopefully distant future,
when the planet is uninhabitable and all
other life forms have given up the uneven
struggle, the sole sentient survivor may look
ruefully at this picture and realise that this is
where it all began to go wrong - the West's
inability to control its energy consumption,
leading to a renewed dependence on fossil
fuels (the anti-climate-change reactionaries
having taken over), sea-level rises making
coastal cities uninhabitable, rampant
industrialisation by emergent nations
leading to global smog, all effective control and discipline now in the hands of an
increasingly unconstrained and destructive nuclear-fueled robot force who don't need
sunshine to function, no more moderating Arctic or Antarctic influence (and the oceans now
as polluted as the atmosphere), and all arts, history and heritage consumed by global
wildfires. The final extinction. Dante's Seventh Circle of Hell has arrived, with 'boiling rivers
of blood and burning rain falling from the sky'. But not to worry, by this time a select few
will be starting to do the whole thing all over again on Mars - the rich shall inherit the Solar
System. By the time Olaf Stapledon's 'Last Man' has put out his last cigarette (pronounced
good for you again by the corporate lobbyists), the rest of us needn't have existed with all
our hopes, our squabbling religions, our love of life and our strivings for a better world. The
lunatics took over.
One day, in the hopefully distant future, when the
planet is uninhabitable and all other life forms
have given up the uneven struggle, the sole
sentient survivor may look ruefully at this picture
and realise that this is where it all began to go
wrong - the West's inability to control its energy
consumption, leading to a renewed dependence
on fossil fuels (the anti-climate-change
reactionaries having taken over), sea-level rises
making coastal cities uninhabitable, rampant
industrialisation by emergent nations leading to
global smog, all effective control and discipline
now in the hands of an increasingly unconstrained and destructive nuclear-fueled robot force
who don't need sunshine to function, no more moderating Arctic or Antarctic influence (and the
oceans now as polluted as the atmosphere), and all arts, history and heritage consumed by
global wildfires. The final extinction. Dante's Seventh Circle of Hell has arrived, with 'boiling
rivers of blood and burning rain falling from the sky'. But not to worry, by this time a select few
will be starting to do the whole thing all over again on Mars - the rich shall inherit the Solar
System. By the time Olaf Stapledon's 'Last Man' has put out his last cigarette (pronounced good
for you again by the corporate lobbyists), the rest of us needn't have existed with all our hopes,
our squabbling religions, our love of life and our strivings for a better world. The lunatics took
over.
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One day, in the hopefully distant future, when the planet is uninhabitable and all other life forms have given up the uneven struggle, the sole sentient survivor may look ruefully at this picture and realise that this is where it all began to go wrong - the West's inability to control its energy consumption, leading to a renewed dependence on fossil fuels (the anti-climate-change reactionaries having taken over), sea-level rises making coastal cities uninhabitable, rampant industrialisation by emergent nations leading to global smog, all effective control and discipline now in the hands of an increasingly unconstrained and destructive nuclear-fueled robot force who don't need sunshine to function, no more moderating Arctic or Antarctic influence (and the oceans now as polluted as the atmosphere), and all arts, history and heritage consumed by global wildfires. The final extinction. Dante's Seventh Circle of Hell has arrived, with 'boiling rivers of blood and burning rain falling from the sky'. But not to worry, by this time a select few will be starting to do the whole thing all over again on Mars - the rich shall inherit the Solar System. By the time Olaf Stapledon's 'Last Man' has put out his last cigarette (pronounced good for you again by the corporate lobbyists), the rest of us needn't have existed with all our hopes, our squabbling religions, our love of life and our strivings for a better world. The lunatics took over.

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