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on August 21, 2008
I enjoyed this video very much. It helps put in perspective how insignificant humankind's contributions to the global ecosystem really are. It appears that even with all of our "detrimental" impact on the world's atmosphere, the planet will find a way to continue on without us. It gives creedence to both Psalm 78:69 and to George Carlin (who says the planet is just fine). People will go away and within five years nature will be taking over what we created.

I also couldn't help but think of the contribution of my own profession, building operational maintenance. Senior management always wants to defer maintenance. Well here is a classic case of what can happen if maintenance is pushed back too far. Things fall apart, duh.

Anyway, this was an entertaining video with some good graphics and some interesting hypotheses. If feral cats want to occupy former high rises, then learn how to glide (flying cats ala flying squirrels) that seems plausible. Since we have a real life abandoned city in the Ukraine to show how nature can reclaim cities, some of what was shown is not merely specualtion and guessing.
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