B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for November 03, 2023

  1. Missing large
    David_the_CAD  7 months ago

    But what all will we take with us?

     •  Reply
  2. Missing large
    seanfear  7 months ago

    Amen.

     •  Reply
  3. Missing large
    Abigail the Great  7 months ago

    Tbh, I’m pretty sure society is collapsing right now. I doubt we have more than 100 at most years left unless we miraculously change our ways or form self sustained colonies in space.

     •  Reply
  4. Blunebottle
    blunebottle  7 months ago

    Much later.

     •  Reply
  5. Accepting award cropped compressed bigger
    kbyrdleroy123  7 months ago

    Looks like it.

     •  Reply
  6. Missing large
    Doug K  7 months ago

    Who will speak for the trees?

     •  Reply
  7. Wile e. coyote free fall
    Botulism Bob  7 months ago

    The deforestation will certainly help raise the CO2 level … the trees do recycle it into oxygen. But the bureaucrats will find a way to force CO2 deep into the ground and bury it.

     •  Reply
  8. Fox picture avatar  2
    phritzg Premium Member 7 months ago

    Too bad for the beavers, though. The humans will wipe out them and most other species long before the last humans walk the earth.

     •  Reply
  9. 161326 jus dis crow
    RitaGB  7 months ago

    Nature Bats Last

     •  Reply
  10. Fb img 1516982044221
    jagedlo  7 months ago

    “See, they started by wiping out all the color from the surroundings…”

     •  Reply
  11. Celtic tree of life
    mourdac Premium Member 7 months ago

    Lower forms of life including lawyers and politicians will survive.

     •  Reply
  12. Comicavatar
    bunwarpgazoo Premium Member 7 months ago

    Sawn stumps with embedded axes. Hmmm.

     •  Reply
  13. Missing large
    tjsj5  7 months ago

    aaahhhh!!!

     •  Reply
  14. Missing large
    sirlaughsalot23  7 months ago

    It is plain to see from all these comments that nobody is studying the Holy scriptures. I won’t delve into that here, but read them for yourselves, if you dare.

     •  Reply
  15. Foghorn
    jslabotnik  7 months ago

    I don’t believe we’re on the eve of destruction

     •  Reply
  16. Img 5203
    rockyridge1977  7 months ago

    1984…..did someone write 2084!!!!!!!

     •  Reply
  17. Missing large
    elbow macaroni  7 months ago

    Huzzah!

     •  Reply
  18. Missing large
    preacherman  7 months ago

    For the record, me and my mother have always used select cutting for our forest land, not clear cutting.

     •  Reply
  19. 461
    HOTLOTUS1  7 months ago

    you can believe what you want, but in the end if it HELPS the planet, how can you be against it.

     •  Reply
  20. Gocomic avatar
    sandpiper  7 months ago

    A lot of conversation on this topic with no one consensus as to solution. That likely will continue indefinitely.

    Make up your minds. Do something or don’t.

    Either way there will be a need for adjustments and accommodations to reach whatever goal is chosen.

    Talking it to death doesn’t get there.

     •  Reply
  21. Icon face rock
    ForALaugh Premium Member 7 months ago

    Sadly it looks like sooner rather than later. Over 6 billion past sustainable and loving parents are adding a net gain of over 200,000 cute little baby fossil carbon footprints more per day. Fossil carbon fuel consumption by man has changed the planet nearly as fast as the asteroid that took care of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. We humans are committing mass suicide.

     •  Reply
  22. Waldo
    Indianapolis Smith  7 months ago

    Averting the world’s toothpick shortage one tree at a time!

     •  Reply
  23. Missing large
    b.john71  7 months ago

    Said the furry tailed rat

     •  Reply
  24. Wolf
    Mediatech  7 months ago

    There is enough on the Earth to satisfy our needs; but there isn’t enough in the universe to satisfy our greeed.

     •  Reply
  25. Img 1754  2
    GiantShetlandPony  7 months ago

    Brazil is learning the effects of deforesting a rain forest. Without the trees it will just be a new desert. So, much for their farming dreams.

     •  Reply
  26. Red skelton
    Daltongang Premium Member 7 months ago

    Sooner than later.

     •  Reply
  27. 750a5be89e5492a6a79cdd5442eb47d9371b0b836689298121981f62979e5eac
    hooglah  7 months ago

    Sooner than you think. WWIII is right around the corner. Why do you think China, Russia, and North Korea, along with certain other Countries, have been so buddy-buddy lately? Of course, since our fearless leader has given our weapons stock away, drained the strategic oil supply, we are in deepest shiitake. When China hits Taiwan, better find cover. It’s coming real soon. They want the imbecile-in-charge to still be in office.

     •  Reply
  28. Missing large
    sisterea  7 months ago

    He is not wrong.

     •  Reply
  29. Nowyoulisten
    zeexenon  7 months ago

    Perfectly flat and level ax cuts? I seriously doubt it … Paul Bunyan.

     •  Reply
  30. Missing large
    Smeagol  7 months ago

    Scientists would love to terraform Mars and colonize it, maybe we should prevent things from happening here before the need to terraform Earth arises?

     •  Reply
  31. Coffee create repeat avatar dak
    DonKellyStudio  7 months ago

    Pessimistic bunch ain’t ya?

     •  Reply
  32. Greg backlit
    mindjob  7 months ago

    It was a good run, but the cockroaches are waiting to take over

     •  Reply
  33. Missing large
    Jack Bell Premium Member 7 months ago

    The good thing about trees is that we can plant new ones just like any other crop. Logging companies plant more trees than they cut. That is why forestry is in the Department of Agriculture.

     •  Reply
  34. Amazing fox photos 25
    eddi-TBH  7 months ago

    Will we do it in time though?

     •  Reply
  35. 9a61ec07410e91ff118cd354baf25d1f sticker
    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 7 months ago

    No, I don’t think so. :-(

     •  Reply
Sign in to comment

More From B.C.