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Hey Luke

Posted: 18 Dec 2016, 02:08
by Ninny
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAtMnpte1JM
This was awesome, great barrier reef diving with David Attenborough :idea:

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 21 Dec 2016, 09:49
by User
hey ninny, just saw this thread
 
the reef is incredible, i dived there about fifteen years ago.  unfortunately 25% of it has died in my lifetime due to industrial run off from the mines and increased acidity of the oceans
 
i have family who live up there and the only real substantial industry is tourism, the whole community will be affected by the loss of the reef
 
not to mention the countless dead species and life forms in the reef itself :frown:

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 22 Dec 2016, 07:19
by Ninny
The 25% might be fixed with corals that live a little deeper. And there's a lab trying to speed up coral adaption to the changing environment. This is just mending things though :frown: It is worrying but in some way I felt a little better after watching this. There's so much life, we can't destroy it all. Nature will bounce back after we fuck off :xx:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyIF7eX6qmo
I found some more Attenborough with bugs :xx:

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 22 Dec 2016, 07:34
by User
yeah i am overall optimistic about humanity eventually managing to stop killing everything too but the reef is gonna be one of those "in my lifetime' things i.e. when i was born it was a wonder of the world, when i die it will be nearly all gone
 
:frown:

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 22 Dec 2016, 07:42
by Verbal
what kind of animal is david attenborough

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 22 Dec 2016, 07:56
by User
he is an ape good question
 
you should do an episode on him

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 22 Dec 2016, 09:30
by morbid board eli
heyl uke

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 24 Dec 2016, 19:03
by User
hey dusty in bed with gas in this period

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 24 Dec 2016, 21:18
by morbid board eli
not during the time in question 

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 02 Jan 2017, 08:55
by User
i have composed a map of several pub crawls; only pubs of cask ale provenance, at least 400 years old
 
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Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 02 Jan 2017, 22:03
by Hitoshura
certainly the hard rock cafe is at least 400 years old, and yet it is not on the list

Re: Hey Luke

Posted: 03 Jan 2017, 06:32
by User
ye olde hard rock cafe-upon-thames