Sagan's Predictions From 1995 Astonishingly True Today

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Townie is you a science test, what do think about them farts causing the climate to change? Do they make it cooler or warmed, wet or dry, wind blow more or less. What is your best guess as a science test.
 
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Townie is you a science test, what do think about them farts causing the climate to change? Do they make it cooler or warmed, wet or dry, wind blow more or less. What is your best guess as a science test.
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Jostate

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How about we bemoan a time in America where people went to public hangings like a day at the fair, or stoned people because we thought they were witches? Maybe we could talk about the stupidity of the average person when Charlie's Angels, Three's Company, or Mr. Ed were highly rated TV shows. How about a time when people were freaking out because a silly radio show told a story of Martians invading.

If we are living in such a Idiocracy, who is advancing technology to the point where I can sit in my living room and ask Google questions and see pics taken from a rover on the surface of Mars?

I like Carl Sagan, but I remember in the 80's he gave us about a 50% chance of surviving as a species for another generation. Also, that was a run on sentence Robert Allen would envy.
 
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How about we bemoan a time in America where people went to public hangings like a day at the fair, or stoned people because we thought they were witches? Maybe we could talk about the stupidity of the average person when Charlie's Angels, Three's Company, or Mr. Ed were highly rated TV shows. How about a time when people were freaking out because a silly radio show told a story of Martians invading.

If we are living in such a Idiocracy, who is advancing technology to the point where I can sit in my living room and ask Google questions and see pics taken from a rover on the surface of Mars?

I like Carl Sagan, but I remember in the 80's he gave us about a 50% chance of surviving as a species for another generation. Also, that was a run on sentence Robert Allen would envy.
I’ll take “Charlie's Angels, Three's Company, or Mr. Ed” over “This is Us, A Million Little Things, Dancing with the Stars” or any number of other vomit-inducing shows on the networks these days.


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