Why Humans Won’t Go Extinct From Climate Collapse

This brilliant dinosaur almost got my french fries yesterday. They didn’t go extinct at all, and neither will we. Our circumstances will just be reduced, and we may be stealing french fries from the artificial species that take over.

Dinosaurs didn’t go extinct. They became birds. One shat on my wife last week. They’re doing fine. In the same way, humans will survive climate collapse. But I suppose you expected something better than survival.

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Indrajit Samarajiva is a writer living in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Sign up for my newsletter at www.indi.ca, and you can reach me at indi@indi.ca.

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