Are We Guilty???


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mohgui

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as we all know, we are always encouraged to use bio-degradable products so as not to kill the earth. people are encouraged to bring their own shopping bags, use recycled materials, conserve energy, etc.

let's say we go to food outlet and tah-pau makan back. our food will be packed in styrofoam containers. after we consumed our makan, we will simply throw these containers away.

so as consumers, are we guilty of contributing to the earth's demise?
 

kcuf2

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we are wat we are today because since the stone age and ice age period, people are fed up with their lives, thus slowly they invented plastic and all kinds of non-biodegredable stuffs, to make their lives better, but slowly later ppl start to complain that these things are harmful to the environment and want to cut down on these non bio degradable stuffs.

we are just walking in a circle everyday. Isnt it nice that we all just sit back and relax, and dont work and do nothing, so that our world will not change, and things will be the best forever?

stone age, ice age (no aircon = very hot, no car = walk very far, no factory = make clothes and food slowly), modern age (got aircon = spoil ozone, got car = pollute air, got factory = tonnes of air pollution)

so wat the heck does human want? is life better than or now?
 

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so digital camera is more environment friendly than film since film got negative containers.
 

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as we all know, we are always encouraged to use bio-degradable products so as not to kill the earth. people are encouraged to bring their own shopping bags, use recycled materials, conserve energy, etc.

let's say we go to food outlet and tah-pau makan back. our food will be packed in styrofoam containers. after we consumed our makan, we will simply throw these containers away.

so as consumers, are we guilty of contributing to the earth's demise?
I convert those tah-pau styrofoam containers as pin-hole cameras.

The world's first environmentally friendly camera. :)
 

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so digital camera is more environment friendly than film since film got negative containers.
Why stop there? Let's go even further. We should all just leave it to the pros to shoot the photos for use to view and buy from them.

That would elimate many wannabes with their plastic bodied PnS cameras, plastic coated memory cards and the plastic packaging it comes in and those entry level DSLRs and kit lens which has so much more plastic variant bodies/parts unlike pro-DSLRs with metal composite bodies like D2 or D3 or 1D Mark III...etc. heheheheh. :bsmilie:
 

garou12

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u know this reminds me of this pos class i had to take in varsity as part of the graduation requirement. 2 hr class every week had to listen to this wannabe hippie blame us and remind us that the planet is in bad shape and its our fault....:angry:
 

ortega

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Why stop there? Let's go even further. We should all just leave it to the pros to shoot the photos for use to view and buy from them.

That would elimate many wannabes with their plastic bodied PnS cameras, plastic coated memory cards and the plastic packaging it comes in and those entry level DSLRs and kit lens which has so much more plastic variant bodies/parts unlike pro-DSLRs with metal composite bodies like D2 or D3 or 1D Mark III...etc. heheheheh. :bsmilie:
that is a good excuse to upgrade

i am doing it to save GAIA :bsmilie:
 

Kalas

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as we all know, we are always encouraged to use bio-degradable products so as not to kill the earth. people are encouraged to bring their own shopping bags, use recycled materials, conserve energy, etc.

let's say we go to food outlet and tah-pau makan back. our food will be packed in styrofoam containers. after we consumed our makan, we will simply throw these containers away.

so as consumers, are we guilty of contributing to the earth's demise?
beg to differ,
earth will be alright regardless of what we do.
its man who can't take the changes caused by their action.

earth's demise?
far from it.
its man's demise u r talking about.
 

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beg to differ,
earth will be alright regardless of what we do.
its man who can't take the changes caused by their action.

earth's demise?
far from it.
its man's demise u r talking about.
You hit it on the nail man. heheh

Anyone remember the Dinosaur for example?
 

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