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Chemical pollution threatens to wipe out killer whales

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Are polychlorinated biphenyl's banned in China and other 3rd world countries? I see some western countries have banned them but I can't find anything about China.
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nothing personal but I think China is pretty much going to be the last planet to ban a lot of things... but yes water pollution is one of the leading causes of dangers us folks here on this little blue dot in space is facing. if we continue to pollute our waters it's not going to look so good and start to look rather grim, the sea life will disappear as well as, eventually human life since we are quite literally water by design. since we only know about (for argument's sake) around 10% of what's below the water's surface (don't know the exact percentage) then it's hard telling what's down there, not to mention what we've killed off already thanks to this pollution we've pumped in there long before most of us were even a twinkle in the eye.
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I think we should increase pollution so whales learn their lesson and not go near China
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I think we should increase pollution so whales learn their lesson and not go near China


...that's not how any of that works.
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That'll teach those whales not to eat our food!


Ryulightorb wrote:


Yellowkitty96 wrote:

I think we should increase pollution so whales learn their lesson and not go near China


...that's not how any of that works.


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Rujikin wrote:

That'll teach those whales not to eat our food!


Ryulightorb wrote:


Yellowkitty96 wrote:

I think we should increase pollution so whales learn their lesson and not go near China


...that's not how any of that works.




Nah it just cant be a joke last time i made a joke to them it flew over their head and
They took offence seen it a few times so they obviously dont understand jokes.

So....between them actually starting to understand them or being serious them being serious is more likely.
Unless they were pretending to no understand humour in the first place then they damn got me!
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I've seen Orca! I know what those monochrome dolphins are capable of! Serves them right.
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I've seen Orca! I know what those monochrome dolphins are capable of! Serves them right.


Best thing about that movie was the snipe at Jaws. (And then Jaws 2 hitting back)
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What is their purpose?
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What is their purpose?


Apex predator, controlling the populations of species they feed on.
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Humms wrote:

What is their purpose?


Apex predator, controlling the populations of species they feed on.


Then pollution shall decide the fate of the mighty orca. They are in our hands now; for we have forced them into the depths of our own creation.

Water hides no secrets, it will show mankind's undoing
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Humms wrote:

Then pollution shall decide the fate of the mighty orca. They are in our hands now; for we have forced them into the depths of our own creation.

Water hides no secrets, it will show mankind's undoing


And man shall bitch when the coast is covered in seals.
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Humms wrote:

Then pollution shall decide the fate of the mighty orca. They are in our hands now; for we have forced them into the depths of our own creation.

Water hides no secrets, it will show mankind's undoing


And man shall bitch when the coast is covered in seals.


Tough love. You don't know what you have until it's gone, and I'm not talking about sea world
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Humms wrote:

What is their purpose?


A life of porpoise
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