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12804863 No.12804863 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

We can kill every single mosquito on the planet.

Should we?

>> No.12804895

>>12804863
Yes.

>> No.12804901

>>12804863
No.

>> No.12804947

>>12804863
Maybe.

>> No.12804949

>>12804863
I don't know.

>> No.12804954

>>12804863
Stop being antisemitic goyim

>> No.12805127

What if we need them in the future?

>> No.12805129

>>12804863
there are several other things I'd kill first

>> No.12805134 [DELETED] 

>>12804863
No the mosquitos are in dynamic equilibria with niggers

>> No.12805147

>>12804863
Lets do it for the laughs. God would fix it i guess.

>> No.12805458

>>12804949
Can you repeat the question?

>> No.12805469

>>12804863
no we need them just like we need every other animal :(

>> No.12805486

>>12804895
>>12804901
>>12804947
>>12804949
The quadrality of man

>> No.12805540

Our science is useless when it comes to non-linear phenomena. So we have no way of predicting the second order effects of getting rid of all mosquitoes, just like we can only model how many people will die from a pandemic only after it has happened.

>> No.12805566

>>12804863
Just the ones carrying diseases, which is only about 3 % of all mosquito species.

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