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Posted on Friday, December 16th, 2011

Dave!I have no idea where the week went. Lately it seems as though I jump from weekend to weekend with everything between being nothing but a blur of non-stop work.

While working at home, I like to have some background noise going on. Usually it's the television or a DVD I've seen a million times. My current drug of choice is "The Science Channel" which is now called simply "Science" and which I have renamed "The We're All Going to Die Channel"...

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There's actually quite a variety of shows on the network, but it seems a lot of them are sneaking in a deadly surprise. I'll be sitting in front of the television working, half-paying-attention to some show that's on, when all of a sudden I hear "...ending all life on earth" or "...destroying the planet" or ...devastating our world and everything on it. I'm guessing because 2012 is just around the corner and a lot of people have armageddon on their mind.

It usually goes like this:


Some examples...

Science tells us that the moon is drifting from earth. If this continues, then the earth's axis of rotation could become unstable, which would mean extreme catastrophic shifts in weather all over the planet and we're all going to die!

Science tells us that earth has a violent history of collisions with asteroids. If this happens again, then the resulting impact could cause firestorms across the planet, which would mean soot and ash blanketing the earth and blocking out the sun and we're all going to die!

Science tells us that earth has a number of "super volcanoes" just waiting to blow. If this happens, then huge sections of the planet could erupt in a chain reaction, which would mean global earthquakes and tsunamis ravaging the earth and we're all going to die!

And it goes on and on. Everything from "man-made super viruses" and "nuclear winter" to "running out of clean water" and "Mars leaving its orbit and crashing into the earth"... but, no matter how you slice it, we're all going to die!

And it will be a spectacular and awesome event.

I, for one, am totally psyched! Who says science can't be fun?

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  1. You can call me, 'Sir' says:

    Science also tells us that eventually, despite our best efforts to thwart the inevitable, we’re all going to die. When this happens, we’ll be dead, which would mean that we’ll also suddenly, miraculously, be debt free and we’ll also be dead, redundant.

  2. Sybil Law says:

    We’re all going to die, so let’s enjoy it while we can!
    Die die die!
    Yep. It’s a fact. We will all die eventually. I just hope not too soon!

  3. claire says:

    I like Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman. Think that’s on Science, but it airs its new eps in summer. Not so much focused on “we’re all going to die” (well except maybe that episode on whether there is life after death or not), but it’s fun and fascinating to see current research going on about the nature of the universe.

    Also serendipitously, I am wearing my “Science, it works, bitches” t-shirt. 🙂

  4. Gary says:

    But when the world ends, where’s the place to sit to get the best view?!?

  5. Sarah says:

    Vahid always like to have background noise when he’s doing stuff too. It makes for some interesting television choices.

  6. It’s the end of the world as we know it…

    And I, in fact, do feel fine.

  7. Invader_Stu says:

    I think it is clear what we must do. Kill science!!

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