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Having conquered every last inch of Earth, humans now dream of spilling their burgeoning numbers out into distant planets, even whilst our own blue orb reels from climate chaos and our ever-growing consumption. Every iota of nature is now at the whim of the free market which sees no other path than to convert everything into a profit scheme. Thus a deadly game of musical chairs will be played out in the last days of capitalist industrial civilization as the foreign lands and water reservoirs of indigenous people are stolen to feed the mouths and gas tanks of cash-paying consumers in the First World. As the industrial world clamors for the last pockets of high-density energy sources to feed its energy-starved economic machine, desperate governments and businesses will continue to cut their country’s social safety net, throwing more and more people to the wolves. If you happen to live in a so-called developed country, you will have to run faster and faster on the cutthroat treadmill of the free market in order to stay afloat, lest you fall into the same boat as those of the malnourished and starving Third World. Wary of growing instability, governments will continue to strengthen their security and surveillance apparatus to control the growing unrest. For many, the confines of a prison cell may become the only place that a meal and secure place to sleep can be found. The last remaining chairs of this perverse game will be saved for the cosseted elite who sit at the top of the capitalist pyramid scheme. This social system may seem savage and ‘uncivilized’, but little has changed since the brutal reign of medieval kings up to today’s rule of international bankers and corporate overlords…
…The laws of survival for them are the same now as they were in mediaeval times, when eating above subsistence level was a privilege of those with the means to pay for it… The market economics of the Middle Ages has been brought into the twenty-first century, its brutal indifference unchanged in 500 years…
~ End of More
Thus we are headed for a modern Dark Age: a tyrannical corporate state wielding overwhelming fire power and surveillance capabilities, a collapsing biosphere with unpredictable weather patterns and superstorms, and a blissfully ignorant population eager to find a scapegoat. The time to avert disaster was decades ago, yet the public believes technology is a source of energy as well as a solution to every conceivable problem, that economic growth is a prerequisite to living on Earth, and that anthropocentric climate change is still debatable, if not an outright lie. Our house is on fire and we’re still watching TV. The exit doors have all been super-glued shut with hopium and MSM propaganda. There is no place to run; the deathtrap is foolproof.
Reality filtered through the most effective propagandist tool in history, i.e. the television, has made even climate change a boring non-event for the masses awash in disaster flicks and Hollywood CGI effects.
Some have predicted that we will embrace theocracy as our world falls apart and the myths of modern life can no longer be maintained. The wrath of climate chaos could be interpreted and used as a sign of retribution from God; some already declare such disasters as divine vengeance:
In the absence of government, bishops ruled for decades and even centuries during the Middle Ages with religion as the law and morality system. It’s highly conceivable that the surviving populations will fall back on this authority when governments lose legitimacy, providing that the climate does not spiral too far out of control and allows some humans to reorganize into post-industrial communities. Of course there are other manmade booby traps lying in wait around the globe, as explained by a Guardian reader:
“A sudden cessation of industrial activity, besides financial collapse and the end of a regular and plentiful food supply, will affect every industry from nuclear and chemical to oil and electrical. Deep-sea oil wells, left to themselves when workers desert them to return home to their distressed families, will eventually escape into the oceans. With no-one willing or able to plug them, entire oil-fields will vent until depleted. Nuclear power stations, already the repository of all the nuclear waste of decades of power production will eventually meltdown and every molecule of radioactivity will ultimately escape into the biosphere, irradiating the entire planet to one degree or another while leaving much of it uninhabitable for hundreds of thousands of years. Poisoned water sources, from chemical leaks and spills as well as polluted underground aquifers created from frenetic and frantic fracking will add to the mess. Returning to even a medieval style of living will be impossible.”
When entire civilizations crumble, megalomaniacs come out of the woodwork to institute their warped agendas and visions of how the world should be. The luxuries and wealth of today’s corporate elite will simply be transferred to this new circle of self-proclaimed holy leaders – televangelists of the post-apocalyptic world. With electricity in short supply, low-tech forms of punishment such as execution by the wheel, quartering, and of course hanging would come back into fashion. Human muscle would make a comeback in a post-fossil fuel world. Given enough time and with the absence of our fossil fuel servants, large-scale human slavery would likely become acceptable again. If you think about it, the wage slaves of today toiling away in mindless, soul-crushing corporate slots are not that far off from forced labor in a rock quarry.
In the mean time, we’ll all be a captive audience to the onslaught of geoengineering schemes soon to commence once governments of the world figure out that food does not grow very well in a destabilized climate and that the 99% will not go quietly into the dark night of ecological overshoot. In a future of catastrophic sea level rise, the phrase “a rising tide lifts all boats” will not apply.
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Life is a Gas said:
Monday, August 12, 2013
More on Wildfires
A map is presented showing carbon monoxide globally, a lot in Siberia.
A question derived from this:
“Formation of tropospheric ozone mostly occurs when nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) react in the atmosphere in the presence of sunlight. NOx, CO, and VOCs are therefore called ozone precursors. Apart from a health hazard, tropospheric ozone is an important greenhouse gas. Furthermore, carbon monoxide emissions contribute to hydroxyl depletion, thus extending the lifetime of methane.”
Since CO contributes to hydroxyl depletion, doesn’t that mean another positive feedback loop?
A really big methane ‘pulse’ would undoubtedly overwhelm hydroxyl concentrations in the Arctic and methane would hang around much longer, amplifying the forcing effect of methane quite a bit. Having even less hydroxyl before the big methane ‘pulse’ due to CO degradation would have even a greater leveraging effect.
Are all wild fires producing CO and CO2 or is burning peat bogs and ‘use-to-be permafrost’, as opposed to trees, the only way to produce copious amounts of CO?
Dealing with each addition poly positive feedback ‘loop du jour’, I feel like I’m watching an entirely new cinematic genre, the Planetary Eco Snuff film.
It really is amazing that the foot bone is connected to the leg bone.
Both forest fires and peat bog fires release carbon monoxide. Since CO is said to deplete hydroxyl which in turn amplifies the staying power of methane in the atmosphere, then that would logically be another feedback loop within other feedback loops amongst other feedback loops that we are not even aware of — the “unknown unknowns”.
Ah hell, we’re just a big tribe of hairless apes who overran the planet.
We don’t know what the hell we’re doing, but we got TECHNOLOGY. 😯
Paul F Getty said:
Isn’t it nice that suicidal drugs and methods are so available now. My vet supplies me with what I need to end the suffering of my sweet goats and sheep. I can easily sequester some of it for me and my family members.
Why suffer relentlessly when escape is so technologically available?
Paul F Getty said:
SEAFOOD LOVERS ACROSS THE WORLD – The ‘levels’ of radiation in the seafood you are eating now and in the future certainly contain Fukushima radiation but will be considered ‘safe’ by government scientists. Let’s boil it down quickly: Scientists say the only safe level of radiation is zero. YET, governments set ‘limits’ for radiation in food well above zero. These limits actually increase every decade or so. If you love nuclear power and nuclear weapons complexes, then you should accept these limits as well as the fact that a fraction of our cancer epidemic is blamed on nuclear emissions. If you don’t want people (or yourself) to die of cancer to preserve nuclear power and nuclear weapons, then you should heed the scientific consensus conclusion that the safe level of radiation is zero becquerels of anything. Unless you are a nuclear nut, please protect your own health and regulate your genetic stability for the sake of your children, grandchildren, etc…by NOT EATING SEAFOOD OR CONSUMING ANYTHING MADE IN THE SEA. Learn more about food safety.
KEYPOINTS ABOUT FISH CONTAMINATION
Bluefin tuna will grow in radioactivity over years with each migration back to West Pacific; older caught fish will be hotter
Media is neglecting March (2012) lab study find that North Pacific albacore ‘tuna fish’ has same Fukushima cesium contaminant
All Pacific migratory fish are probably Fukushima contaminated – why isn’t this all over Twitter?
Alaska Halibut also found with same Fuku-cesium contaminant – but did not migrate to Japan’s waters. How did cesium-134 get into Alaska halibut?
Bluefin tuna in 2012 study aren’t all equally radioactive; sample #8 contained 50% higher cesium concentrations than the average of the 15 samples
Bluefin scientists did a most non-stellar job. They cherrypicked isotopes for dose comparison.
FDA is telling media and consumers it is ‘testing fish.’ It is testing imports and not testing U.S.-caught wild seafood (billions of pounds caught annually in U.S.) More
Cesium-134 is marker for strontium-90 – causes bone cancer and immune-disorders; babies are ‘sponges’ for calcium and strontium
Levels in bluefin tuna are similar to record food concentrations in 1960s
ECRR (Busby) predicts ’61,600,000 deaths from cancer’ (and 3.5 million baby deaths) ‘from the nuclear project since 1945,’ mostly the 1960s.
Bulk of 1960s exposure was internal, largely from ingested FOOD made radioactive from hydrogen bomb test fallout.
FDA saying levels are safe is a lie. FDA says its intervention levels will kill people. Downplays risk as ‘small’ compared to our ~40-50% cancer rate. But much of that rate is prolonged fallout effects from 1960s.
Baseline levels of manmade-radionuclides in Pacific seafood pre-Fukushima caused some genetic defects and cancers in world population
FDA uses faulty dose calculations that lowball rate of cancer carnage by several magnitudes. Genetic harm from cesium’s gamma rays ignored in dose models
Alvarez asks would a 1950′s NPR ‘trivialize’ ‘impacts of open-air hydrogen bomb testing?’ You bet. Our government and media is herding us into rail-cars destined for another radioactive holocaust.
That linked article appears to have a lot of holes in it judging from the comments section. At any rate, from other things I’ve read in the mainstream news, the situation at Fukushima is bad enough.
Thanks, xraymike, I was just copying my own comment from that article Mr Getty posted.
We have done ourselves in but we ain’t quite there yet, imho.
Writing from Alaska and being a lifelong commercial fisherman and merchant mariner in northern waters (now retired) I’ll ask for some substantiation on that halibut quote.
In fact, there has been so much speculation and even fear mongering such as the above rolled-out graphic over the past two years. That said, I am not saying we don’t have an issue as large and as immediate as catastrophic climate change, likely one that will hasten the end of life as we knew it.
I am not downplaying the seriousness of Fuk but the volumes of water in the Pacific Ocean are ENORMOUS and even 600tons per day needs to be broken down into units such as gallons/cubic volumes and last but not least, the actual levels of the contamination within these volumes.
I still have questions regarding the seals which had lesions as I was on the Arctic Ocean doing research when that was reported. Those seals, if indeed proven irradiated (which they have not), could likely have picked it up from Soviet era leaking submarine reactor cores on the northern Siberian coast rather than having a severe dose all the way from northern Japan. Check the ocean currents, they flow west from Alaska.
We never did get the answers there on the seals and that disturbs me, however I have not heard of any polar bears getting similar afflictions. Starvation and drowning continue to bedevil them as the ice fades away.
There have been no further or recent reports of those sick seals and I get my news from both the research community and Alaskan sources.
I have many Inupiat and Yupik friends on FaceBook and they are not reporting any ongoing anomalies, in fact they are telling of great meals even yesterday.
My fish come from the northern Gulf of Alaska waters and my freezer is full and the fish are tasty as ever.
Call me a fool if you wish, but I’m a well-fed fool at that and quite selective about what I eat.
I worry most about the stored plutonium at those sites.
That is the SHIT that will take us and most creatures out.
Strong, real; I like that. Great images. I particularly picked up on the “slavery” thing. That’s what we fear. Having dropped out so to speak, a long time ago, and so, being rather acquainted with that (alternative) world; that is often where things lead. I’m not sure people are even all that aware of what they’re doing, but the (using) of those who do not possess the necessary (capital) by those who do possess it, is pretty common.
It’s even hard to speak of it, because it’s not necessarily 100% and it’s not necessarily intentional, rather, almost by default or accident or simple necessity. And it’s intensely personal, because were not talking about governments or corporations here, but rather individuals or couples with 10 acres, 20 acres or 100 acres and the intent is all well and good, intentional community, cooperation, organic farming, sustainability, spirituality and so on; but unless it’s truly democratic and the goal and ethics simple and clear it often ends up simply an experience of those who (own) exploiting those who don’t.
You might think this would sour me on small-scale and cooperative attempts, but not at all. It just means every situation has to be looked at closely. And I’ll close, as I probably always will, by saying this is our challenge. It’s almost all sociological, not technical. And for those who would claim to know what’s going on (and care?) And are unwilling try to lead by example, well, I just don’t see any difference from those who don’t know what’s going on or simply don’t care. I know that is strong and I certainly don’t want ruffle anybody feathers. But really, on the other hand this is not a personal judgment; I don’t judge people about what they think or do.
But this blog and many others like it are addressing serious issues, asking serious questions, deep questions and so I’m inclined to respond with some correspondingly deep thoughts.
It seems “solutions” are often rebuked. After all (understandably) who wants to conform to someone else’s ideas or solutions. So, the issue really is one of unity and a starting point. But if any kind of unity or starting point is also rebuffed or simply isn’t even desired, what is one to think? Personally, I think the thing about it’s too late, while very likely possible or probable, even if there was a 1% chance and to provide an example of how human beings could maybe live peacefully, in a non-exploitative way, wouldn’t that still be worth the effort?
Two words… “die trying.”
the Heretick said:
The First Lab-Grown Hamburger Is Served
Beef cells cultured without killing the animal
“Muscle stem cells were taken from a cow’s shoulder in a gentle biopsy and grown in calf serum, with micro-exercise so they wouldn’t be flabby.”
isn’t that nice, “a gentle biopsy” and “micro-exercise”, hey, nothing against anybody going vegan, meat takes a lot of resources, vegan is healthy, but last time i checked i still had canine teeth. chicken for me, thank you.
not the point anyway. we are approaching what was predicted in every bad sci-fi movie from “Soylent Green” thru the obscure “No Blade of Grass” to “A Boy and His Dog”. Anthony Burgess seems apropos.
the warning signs are flashing red, hard to discern thru rose colored glasses.
Seems like we are already there.
the Heretick said:
don’t get me going about MLK, a very great and misunderstood man. went to college at the age of 15, nobody goes to college at 15 unless they are genius or near genius. this man should have been POTUS, i don’t care what anybody says.
all lost in the mists of history, as Roy said, “like tears in the rain”. don’t know why that comes to mind.
The acidity of the oceans will more than double in the next 40 years. This rate is 10 times faster than 55 million years ago when when a mass extinction of marine life occurred. It is also faster than during 4 of earth’s biggest mass extinction events during the last 300 hundred million years. The oceans are now 30% more acidic than in pre-industrial times. In 40 years they will be 60% more acidic than then.
Climate is changing 10,000 times faster than evolution can adapt.
When ice ages come and go the planet can change temperature 5°C in as little as 5,000 years. 50 times slower than what we are doing to earth now. In the past, a 5°C change normally takes 20,000 years, we are going to do 5°C in 50-100 years, 200 times faster.
Click to access iscurrent.pdf
Climate change is happening 100 times faster than in the past.
By 2025, humans will impact 50% of earth’s biosphere. This will cause a planetary ecological state shift leading to a mass extinction event that is unstoppable and irreversible once started.
Why does nobody talk about the thousands of 1-kilometer wide bubbling methane seabeds recorded in 2011.
Only 1% of methane needs to be released to cause total disaster.
Peter Wadhams interview
Natalia Shakhova interview
Great comment. Thanks for the effort!
Wave of Immolation
Bulgarians Are Setting Themselves on Fire in Record Numbers
“…On a recent trip to Bulgaria, I met not one but two people who had survived suicide attempts by fire. “Solving problems with gasoline has become the new trend,” Georgi Kostov told me in the burn-victim unit of St. George hospital in Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second-largest city. He was still in shock, so his wife, Donka, did most of the talking.
She explained how the couple were unemployed, in debt, and struggling to feed their children, when, two weeks before my visit, Georgi disappeared into his bedroom at their apartment in the industrial city of Dimitrovgrad. He came out doused in gasoline, convinced that the Mafia was outside his front door to collect on his debts and kill him. Standing in front of his family, he flicked on his lighter and burst into flames. Donka leapt onto him to put out the blaze while his sister threw water on him. They succeeded in saving Georgi, but his wife suffered third-degree burns all over her arms in the process. “He was so depressed,” she said. “He didn’t know how to make anyone notice our poverty. So he did this horrible thing.”
Georgi’s not the only one. In the past six months, Bulgaria has experienced a wave of self-immolations. During one span in February and March alone, six Bulgarians killed themselves with fire, and at least ten people in total have done so in the past six months. (That’s more than in any other country except China, where suicidal Tibetan Buddhist monks use the tactic to protest religious persecution.) …”
the Heretick said:
read an article years ago which stated that plants can only absorb so much carbon before the soil becomes saturated, in other words, carbon is not just stored in plants, it is fixed in the soil which they occupy. the upshot is that the process of plants removing CO2 from the atmosphere has it’s limits.
“The soil C saturation concept suggests an ultimate capacity of the soil to store C, dictating the rate and duration that soil may be effective in mitigating increasing atmospheric CO2. This places a physicochemical limit on soil that is associated with textural, mineralogical and structural soil properties.”
this would lead me to think that beyond a certain point the entire photosynthesis cycle would break down.
Once the world’s oceans, forests, jungles, and other CO2 absorbers reach saturation, then all CO2 emitted by humans will go right into the atmosphere and stay there, effectively turbo-charging climate change. Photosynthesis will still take place, but the world’s carbon sinks will no longer be able take up any excess CO2. Climate change would spiral out of control much faster, causing mega-fires, the die-off of forests and jungles, and the death of the oceans:
“When the planet warms a lot in a relatively short period of time, a particularly nasty condition can develop in the oceans, known as anoxia. Since the polar regions warm more than the equator, the temperature difference between latitudes decreases. As global ocean circulation is driven by this temperature difference, ocean currents weaken significantly and the water becomes relatively stagnant. Without ocean turnover, oxygen doesn’t get mixed in – and it doesn’t help that warmer water can hold less oxygen to begin with. As a result of this oxygen depletion, bacteria in the ocean begins to produce hydrogen sulfide (H2S). That’s what makes rotten eggs smell bad, and it’s actually poisonous in large enough quantities. So if an organism wasn’t killed off by abrupt global warming, and was able to survive without much oxygen in the ocean (or didn’t live in the ocean at all), it would probably soon be poisoned by the hydrogen sulfide being formed in the oceans and eventually released into the atmosphere.
The Permian-Triassic extinction wasn’t the only time anoxia developed. It may have been a factor in the Late Triassic extinction, as well as smaller extinctions between the Big Five. Overall, it’s one reason why a warm planet tends to be less favourable to life than a cold one, as a 2008 study in the UK showed. The researchers examined 520 million years of data on fossils and temperature reconstructions, which encompasses almost the entire history of multicellular life on Earth. They found that high global temperatures were correlated with low levels of biodiversity (the number of species on Earth) and high levels of extinction, while cooler periods enjoyed high biodiversity and low extinction.
Our current situation is looking worse by the minute. Not only is the climate changing, but it’s changing in the direction which could be the least favourable to life. We don’t have volcanic activity anywhere near the scale of the Siberian Traps, but we have a source of carbon dioxide that could be just as bad: ourselves…”
Courtesy of Odin’s Ravens:
Paul F Getty said:
Climate change brings another flood onslaught in Pakistan
KARACHI: Climate change has brought another onslaught of devastating floods in Pakistan; thus testing government machinery, capability, and preparedness to tackle natural disasters, according to environmentalists.
Paul F Getty said:
Flood exposure is increasing in coastal cities1, 2 owing to growing populations and assets, the changing climate3, and subsidence4, 5, 6. Here we provide a quantification of present and future flood losses in the 136 largest coastal cities. Using a new database of urban protection and different assumptions on adaptation, we account for existing and future flood defences. Average global flood losses in 2005 are estimated to be approximately US$6 billion per year, increasing to US$52 billion by 2050 with projected socio-economic change alone. With climate change and subsidence, present protection will need to be upgraded to avoid unacceptable losses of US$1 trillion or more per year. Even if adaptation investments maintain constant flood probability, subsidence and sea-level rise will increase global flood losses to US$60–63 billion per year in 2050. To maintain present flood risk, adaptation will need to reduce flood probabilities below present values. In this case, the magnitude of losses when floods do occur would increase, often by more than 50%, making it critical to also prepare for larger disasters than we experience today. The analysis identifies the cities that seem most vulnerable to these trends, that is, where the largest increase in losses can be expected.
End_of_More (@End_of_More) said:
Exactly right—but you can look and listen in vain for a commentator to say that Mike.
Their economy is subsidise, (food and fuel) at the rate of 30%, yet everyone bangs on about religion and politics.
It has absolutely nothing to do with religion and politics, these people are staring into the abyss of a hungry desperate future.
Root causes, especially peak net energy, are never listed as the causa prima for our collapsing middle class. When cheap energy was on tap, the wealth produced was easily spread around. As the energy flow slows to a trickle, the most powerful and aggressive will jockey for position and take what’s left.
This story has played out again and again over the centuries to varying colonial powers. The results are always the same – the destruction of indigenous cultures and the ever-worsening ecocide of the planet…
Life is a Gas said:
Just a note on coastal flooding in the U.S.
Years ago a senior executive in the re-insurance industry (companies that insure insurance companies) told me that in the not so near future (about now) there would be no private insurance policies issued for U.S. coastal property due to dramatically increasing frequency of major storms and the damage they bring.
He said the only way to prop up seacoast real estate values (worth trillions) in the U.S. was for the federal government (taxpayers) to backstop coastal property insurance which is precisely what has now happened.
FEMA is essentially backing up the vast majority of flood damage policies in the U.S. for coastal property.
Without this backup, the coastal property value would drop to ‘cash only purchases’ because banks won’t lend money to people to buy a coastal property that does not have flood insurance.
So FEMA is now going to be like a criminal extortion racket forcing anyone in the U.S., not just along the coasts but near any flood plane to buy ‘flood insurance’ issued essentially by FEMA through intermediaries.
The national FEMA maps have 35 to 45% of the total landmass of the lower 48 states classified as ‘flood zone’.
Congress passed a law saying anyone with a mortgage backed up by the federal government (90+ % of all mortgages are passed on to Fanny and Freddy) HAS to buy Fema flood insurance.
The whole purpose of the racket/scam is to prop up wealthy coastal property owners ‘property value’.
No one is left in the private sector stupid enough to insure coastal property
It’s a losing bet.
Mother Nature is gonna pimp slap all coastal land owners but good, y’all hear?
Kevin Moore said:
The hurricane season has been quite quiet so far. Of course, it has been late-season hurricanes that have done most damage in recent years.
Global insurance premiums have been rising rapidly, just at the time when economic growth has stalled in most countries. It is yet another of many ‘straws’ being ‘added to the camel’s back’.
From the upcoming report of what has proven to be an overly conservative and wildly optimistic bureaucratic group – the IPCC:
“An international panel of scientists has found with near certainty that human activity is the cause of most of the temperature increases of recent decades, and warns that sea levels could conceivably rise by more than three feet by the end of the century if emissions continue at a runaway pace…
…On sea level, which is one of the biggest single worries about climate change, the new report goes well beyond the assessment published in 2007, which largely sidestepped the question of how much the ocean could rise this century…
…Regarding the question of how much the planet could warm if carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere doubled, the previous report largely ruled out any number below 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit. The new draft says the rise could be as low as 2.7 degrees, essentially restoring a scientific consensus that prevailed from 1979 to 2007.
But the draft says only that the low number is possible, not that it is likely. Many climate scientists see only a remote chance that the warming will be that low, with the published evidence suggesting that an increase above 5 degrees Fahrenheit is more likely if carbon dioxide doubles.
The level of carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas, is up 41 percent since the Industrial Revolution, and if present trends continue it could double in a matter of decades.
Warming the entire planet by 5 degrees Fahrenheit would add a stupendous amount of energy to the climate system. Scientists say the increase would be greater over land and might exceed 10 degrees at the poles.
They add that such an increase would lead to widespread melting of land ice, extreme heat waves, difficulty growing food and massive changes in plant and animal life, probably including a wave of extinctions.”
Kevin Moore said:
After more than a decade of the politics of failure, we now know that governments will ignore scientific evidence, and will continue to promote the short-term interests of money-lenders and corporations.
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Aptitude Design said:
Doom& Gloom: I love it. Pity that so many are stuck in a version of reality that does not work, especially when the option is the cold, wet, hungry Great Outdoors. Malthus got it right: only so many mice can be fit into a treadmill. The Collapse has begun: do you have your survival gear ready for use?
Aptitude Design said: