Our Oceans in 2065

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  1. Andre@ReefAquatics

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    Scary! But definitely an eye opener! Thanks for sharing andre!
     
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    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    this is really an eye opener. just wish this was also seen by those who has and is stil doing the most damage to the reefs.
     
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    Thanks Andre
     
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    Think ill be dead then.. but still my kids
     
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    It is very hart braking clip to see that that our reef are busy dieing in 2065 i will be 82 and will problery have Great grand children, well if i live that long and i really hope what that girl is saying never come's true and will only be able to see corals in aquariums.
     
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    knowing you, you'd probably be poking around your multiple cubes with your walking stick :)))
     
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    Thanks for the post its terrible to think that this could be a reality :eek:
     
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    Very sad! Thanks for posting!
     
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    With technology today ,we wnt loose out completely. They may not be in natural ocean but science won't allow extinction of reefs. I'm pretty sure of it :thumbup: I heard about a documentary about indoor reefs being built in environments mimicing natural oceans close to 90% .... And its currently in testing after reefs in indonesia ,hawaii and American shoreline showed signs of deterioration due to global warming affect in temp swings etc ....

    Very sad indeed, but there is hope ;)
     
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    This is sad and a reality. I agree with STC-1000 that an effort will be made to save reef species, but bye the time that happens our natural reefs and other ecosystems of the planet will be on the verge of devastation. Good news is that here on MASA as well as 1000's of hobbyist's are making a small difference by cultivating and sharing our corals and alleviating a tiny bit of stress on our reefs. Fish breeders also!

    Now all we have to do is sell our cars, get bicycles and much larger aquariums:thumbup:
     
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    very nice post
    its an eye opener just the thought of ppl not being able to see reefs the way that it is suppose to be is very sad and we cant say that scientists are working on a alternative because their is only that much they can do

    and still to me the rael deal is still the best
     
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    Thanks for sharing. It's just really sad to see that yet again, man is killing the environment, when we should be looking after it
     
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