History Heartwarming / LifeAfterPeople

8th Feb '18 8:40:21 PM Bengson26
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** [[HarsherInHindsight Unfortunately, on September 15, 2017, the Cassini was incinerated in Saturn's atmosphere.]]

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** [[HarsherInHindsight Unfortunately, Unfortunately,]] [[DownerEnding on September 15, 2017, the Cassini was incinerated in Saturn's atmosphere.]]
8th Feb '18 8:39:51 PM Bengson26
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** [[HarsherInHindsight Unfortunately, on September 15, 2017, the Cassini was incinerated in Saturn's atmosphere.]]
29th Jan '18 10:30:57 PM AreYouTyler
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** So long and thanks for all the fish?

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** [[Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy So long and thanks for all the fish?fish]]?
20th Aug '17 1:44:44 AM Mr.Bubbles
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* The existence of the human geological layer. The remains of our civilization, from refined materials to plastics, will remain as a unique strata within the Earth's crust. Buried deep down could be artifacts like toothbrushes or old toys, reminders of the lives we lived now kept preserved for tens of millions of years.

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* The existence of the human geological layer. The remains of our civilization, from refined materials to plastics, will remain as a unique strata within the Earth's crust. Buried deep down could be artifacts like toothbrushes or old toys, reminders of the lives we lived now kept preserved for tens of millions of years.
20th Aug '17 1:44:03 AM Mr.Bubbles
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* Life coming back to regions that had previously been left barren by human activity, like the eventual rebounding of the oceans or of parts of the Southwest where fresh water is presently being diverted away for use in agriculture and cities.

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* Life coming back to regions that had previously been left barren by human activity, like the eventual rebounding of the oceans or of parts of the Southwest where fresh water is presently being diverted away for use in agriculture and cities.cities.
* The existence of the human geological layer. The remains of our civilization, from refined materials to plastics, will remain as a unique strata within the Earth's crust. Buried deep down could be artifacts like toothbrushes or old toys, reminders of the lives we lived now kept preserved for tens of millions of years.
20th Aug '17 12:56:27 AM Mr.Bubbles
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** The Statue of Liberty's arm and torch, with the ballistic trajectory achieved from breaking off the statue, may leave behind an impression in the seafloor that could be fossilized like a footprint.
5th Jan '17 1:36:03 PM Mr.Bubbles
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** The US alone is shown to have quite a number of potential relics that would endure. The Cheyenne Mountain Complex would still be recognizable thousands of years hence while what's left DC itself is likely to become fossilized, with the words ''Laus Deo'' etched on top of the Washington Monument being the Americans' final words to the future.
** Although the Eiffel Tower will have long since collapsed and the Mona Lisa will have been eaten away by insects, Two of France's other cultural icons, the Venus de Milo will and the cathedral of Notre Dame, will both remain recognizable even after 2,000 years.

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** The US alone is shown to have quite a number of potential relics that would endure. The Cheyenne Mountain Complex would still be recognizable thousands of years hence while what's left DC itself is likely to become fossilized, with the words ''Laus Deo'' etched on top of the Washington Monument being the Americans' final words to the future.
future. The Liberty Bell, even after it splits in half, remains clearly recognizable even as its surrounded by a forest.
** Although the Eiffel Tower will have long since collapsed and the Mona Lisa will have been eaten away by insects, Two long gone, two of France's other cultural icons, the Venus de Milo will and the cathedral of Notre Dame, will both remain recognizable survive even after 2,000 years. years.
5th Jan '17 1:27:19 PM Mr.Bubbles
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** Although the Eiffel Tower will have long since collapsed and the Mona Lisa will have been eaten away by insects, Two of France's other cultural icons, the Venus de Milo will and the cathedral of Notre Dame, will both remain recognizable even after 2,000 years.
31st May '15 7:39:07 AM Bengson26
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* Cats will inherit the Earth! And they will be particularly fond of Manhattan skyscrapers, it seems.

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* Cats will inherit the Earth! And they will be particularly fond of Manhattan skyscrapers, skyscrapers and Las Vegas casinos, it seems. seems.
21st Feb '15 4:25:10 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Bo (BarackObama's pet dog) living a long and happy life off the Chesapeake Bay, foraging for food using his natural instincts.

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* Bo (BarackObama's (UsefulNotes/BarackObama's pet dog) living a long and happy life off the Chesapeake Bay, foraging for food using his natural instincts.
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