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    Fragile Fertility & Human Extinction | ZeroHedge

    >> As Statista's Martin Armstring shows in the infographic below, from their 'Then & Now' series, research has revealed a 59 percent fall between 1973 and 2011 - from 337.5 million to just 137.5 million.

    Commenting on the decline, lead author of the study, Hagai Levine, said "the results are quite shocking...this is a classic under the radar huge public health problem that is really neglected".

    >> Going further, Levine warned that "eventually we may have a problem and with reproduction in general. It may be the extinction of the human species." As noted in the research paper, the economic and societal burden of male infertility is high and increasing. The researchers advise that "because of the significant public health implications of these results, research on the causes of this continuing decline is urgently needed."

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    Re: Fragile Fertility & Human Extinction

    Mankind has introduced literally millions of chemical compounds never seen in nature.

    From plutonium to polysynthetics, all these elements are in the atmosphere, the water, and our bodies, it's no wonder we're seeing so many cancers, mutations, and biological fails.

    Think of how much we've mined, and how much oil we've pumped from the earth, and where it all went and the effect it had compared to a world where the ground was never broken.

    The planet does have an expiration date in spite of our efforts to rush the process, saving "the world" is the most fruitless endeavor mankind can hope for, this apple is becoming chewed to its core.
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    Rule #401. First you eat the dogs, then you eat the dogfood.

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    Re: Fragile Fertility & Human Extinction

    Unless you are really young or have kids who will go onto have more kids etc there isn't anything to worry about here. If it ever comes to a time where there are only thousands left they probably would have already devolved long before that into some kind of caveman state and human evolution will start all over again as they start to reproduce.

    Sadly by that point they probably would have already trashed all of the documents/books etc on Socialism and Wokeness and will probably just repeat the same mistakes.

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