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    • #121634
      Anonymous
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      Who bonked up to allow this to happen?

    • #121636
      Dirk
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      Communists. Literally.

      • #121658
        Anonymous
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        It happened after the USSR collapsed though.

        • #121668
          Anonymous
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          not really, it just continued to happen

        • #121692
          Anonymous
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          It was a process 40 years in the making to make some freaking cotton fields

        • #121714
          Anonymous
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          lol you freaking think that it just happened over night? It was a process decades in the making.

        • #121791
          Anonymous
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          Nope, the damage done during the USSR was what caused it to eventually disappear. Dilate.

      • #121785
        Anonymous
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        The CPSU.

        Soviets being scrotebrains

        […]
        Communism bad but not for this reason

        America has done far worse things to the environment you pathetic twats

        • #121786
          Anonymous
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          I’ll take flammable rivers over vanishing lakes tbh

    • #121638
      Anonymous
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      should have been the mediterranean….

      • #121657
        Anonymous
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        Just to make it easier for Africans to get the Germany, huh Hans?

      • #121726
        Anonymous
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        yeah man the world needs more useless desert

    • #121640
      Anonymous
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      yes let’s talk 50 posts about communism bad because lake dried although that isn’t an unique case

      • #121695
        in all fields
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        scrotebrain

      • #121794
        Anonymous
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        Name another lake, which was one of the largest in the world, which has lost 90% of it’s area.
        I’ll wait.

    • #121641
      Anonymous
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      nooooooooo not the hecking lakerino

      • #121643
        Anonymous
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        >muh half dead salt lake in the middle of a desert

    • #121642
      Anonymous
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      The CPSU.

    • #121644
      Anonymous
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      It was an extensive but extremely shallow lake, that’s why it could shrink so much quickly. It was about fifty feet deep on average at its greatest extent. The Caspian sea next door is over ten times deeper; most large lakes in the world are at least several times deeper.

      • #121656
        Anonymous
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        the caspian sea is fairly unique in that part of it is just a recently cut-off part of the ocean, complete with ocean floor, rather just a depression in a continent that filled up with water

    • #121645
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Soviets being scrotebrains

      […]

      Communism bad but not for this reason

    • #121652
      Anonymous
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      The lake for being a filthy water hoarding kulak

      • #121669
        Anonymous
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        hehehehehehehheheh

    • #121654
      Anonymous
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      the clouds.

    • #121670
      Anonymous
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      This is 217th "Aral Sea" thread.

      If you were aware of the history of the region, you’d know that the lake was a spill-over from the Khwarezm irrigation system that collapsed after Timur had genocided the region in 14th century. There are actual cities on its bottom.

      • #121698
        Anonymous
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        You literally just made that up didn’t you?

        • #121710
          Anonymous
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          he don’t
          first mongols and the timur really bonked it up

        • #121712
          Anonymous
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          >You literally just made that up didn’t you?
          Well, it might’ve been 218th thread about Aral Sea.

          Other than that? No.

    • #121671
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >muh lake in the middle of desert
      Maybe you should look at Amazonian rainforest, climate change, 6th mass extinction all caused by capitalism.

      • #121672
        Anonymous
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        "Capitalism" is a term created by metaphysician Karl Marx. Anyone who uses it is adopting the language of a cult.

        • #121690
          Anonymous
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          >90% of economists are cultists because they use a certain word

          • #121696
            Anonymous
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            >90% of economists are cultists
            Yes.

          • #121808
            Anonymous
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            just because a lot of people do something doesn’t mean that it’s a good idea.

        • #121728
          Anonymous
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          Karl Marx did not coin the term and made a very conscious effort to almost never use it.

      • #121694
        Anonymous
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        >deflecting communism problems
        You Will Never Live In The Soviet Union

        • #121729
          Anonymous
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          its ok the next one is going to be better anyway

        • #121777
          Anonymous
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          He should be glad, he would be purged. It’s no different than these master race fat fucksthinking they’d be allowed to exist in a Nazi controlled world

      • #121707
        Anonymous
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        >b-but muh capitalism
        >t.

      • #121717
        Anonymous
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        >The consumption of oil for energy production and trees for housing is capitalism’s fault
        That’s so freaking scrotebrained. Climate change is a scam, and the "Amazonian rainforest’ is just a bunch of dumbass trees. Who cares.

        • #121781
          Anonymous
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          I can’t believe scrotebrains like you are on my side defending capitalism. Climate change is real (there’s no way adding 350 billion tons of greenhouse gas to the atmosphere doesn’t have some sort of impact), and capitalism is the only way that humanity can actually tackle the problem. We’ve already stopped deforestation and greatly cut world hunger through factory farming, it’s just a matter of incentives.

          • #121783
            Anonymous
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            Capitalism is also the only thing that can cause it.
            Without it, we would still be tending the sheep outside.

            • #121815
              Anonymous
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              Industrial Revolution == Capitalism
              Ants have industrial systems they are just so small that they can’t affect the climate

      • #121793
        Anonymous
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        Really bad bait.

      • #121819
        Anonymous
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        Industrialization would occur with or without "capitalism", just slower due to inefficiency. Capitalism may in fact limit climate change. Industrialization being inevitable, you would want technology to advance as fast as possible to the point where the solutions are easy and people are prosperous they are more willing to do so.

        Good luck asking a man in poverty to stop farming and starve to death for the "climate" or Great Leader, I’m sure someone who tells everyone he scored 11 holes in one in one round of golf won’t simply make excuses for short term gain.

        I can’t believe scrotebrains like you are on my side defending capitalism. Climate change is real (there’s no way adding 350 billion tons of greenhouse gas to the atmosphere doesn’t have some sort of impact), and capitalism is the only way that humanity can actually tackle the problem. We’ve already stopped deforestation and greatly cut world hunger through factory farming, it’s just a matter of incentives.

        >there’s no way adding 350 billion tons of greenhouse gas to the atmosphere doesn’t have some sort of impact
        true but your knowledge of economics is skewed by your obsession with commujism

        Industrial Revolution == Capitalism
        Ants have industrial systems they are just so small that they can’t affect the climate

        >Ants have industrial systems
        that’s a huge stretch as to make the term meaningless

    • #121673
      Anonymous
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      Me

    • #121697
      Anonymous
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      It’s only a lake. The world will be markedly remade in socialism-communism as man has always shaped his environment. Europe used to be covered with trees, now there are great cities in their place. I imagine that in communism, new lakes will be made in barren regions such as the Sahara and central Australia, new land reclaimed from the sea to house many more billions of creative and fully developed human beings, and unnecessary features and obstacles will be smashed aside, like the Stalin White Sea–Baltic canal.

    • #121720
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Here. The most trustworthy source of all the internets /s

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerderi
      >> Kerderi is a group of abandoned settlements located on the dried seafloor of what was once the Aral Sea, in Kazakhstan.[1][2] Kerderi is thought to have been inhabited around the fourteenth century, when water levels were low enough to expose dry land.[3] It is not known when Kerderi was abandoned. However, some objects from Kerderi have been carbon-dated to as late as the start of the sixteenth century[4] and historical evidence suggests that the Aral Sea began slowly refilling after 1570, when the Amu Darya river resumed its flow into the Aral.[5] Kerderi was completely flooded; at 1960 water levels, the settlement was inundated under 19 metres (62 ft) of water.[3]

      >> When the Soviets diverted the Amu Darya and Syr Darya after the 1960s, the Aral retreated once more, and Kerderi became accessible for the first time in modern history. The settlements were rediscovered in 2001.[6][2] They have since served as important evidence of the Aral Sea’s historic changes in depth.[7]

      >> There are three distinct sites at Kerderi, which have been named Kerderi-1, Kerderi-2, and Aral Asar. The settlements are known for the ruins of two mausoleums.[8] The inhabitants of Kerderi-1 had access to fresh water from the Syr Darya, which once meandered nearby.[9] Archaeological evidence shows the inhabitants grew rice and wheat, and also raised livestock.[8] Aral Asar drew the benefits of trade as a stop on the Silk Road.[8]

    • #121722
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Commiefornia scrotes literally did the same thing to some lake in the valley

      • #121824
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Lake Tulare was only tiny fraction of the size the Aral Sea was.

    • #121724
      Anonymous
      Guest

      capitalism and thinking resources are infinite and the whole "not my problem" mindset.

      • #121727
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >capitalism and thinking resources are infinite and the whole "not my problem" mindset.
        this is the mindset of an industrial economy. whether it is capitalist, socialist, or communist makes no difference.

      • #121732
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s a problem for those who intend their business to be sustainable, something professional capitalists tend to care more about.

        Capitalizing on trophy hunting is a perfect example of this.

        • #121734
          Anonymous
          Guest

          > sustainable, something professional capitalists tend to care more about.

          An actual capitalist wouldn’t care about any "sustainability" that goes beyond his lifetime. Otherwise it’s all just image to idiot idealistic investors. There is nothing sustainable about investing in "green" companies.

          • #121749
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >There is nothing sustainable about investing in "green" companies.
            Because those "green" companies tend to be woke af on wickedly deceptive ideas that are often perpetuated by terribly centralized policies?

            Thank mama Merkel for this one.

            • #121752
              Anonymous
              Guest

              absolutely, fellow woke af nuclear supporter

              although those french nuclear companies are also highly centralized

      • #121782
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The essential premise of capitalism is that resources are not infinite, but desires are. Capitalism can solve climate change, but the response is hampered by lolbert and conservative parasites who want to ignore the problem for short-term gains.

    • #121730
      Anonymous
      Guest

      G*d

    • #121731
      Anonymous
      Guest

      They made a musical piece woke af on this.
      https://youtu.be/TcnnalOVOKQ

    • #121733
      Anonymous
      Guest

      MUH COTTON

    • #121768
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >babby’s first dried lake

    • #121770
      Anonymous
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      That’s depressing, fuck climate change

      • #121773
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Climate change

    • #121775
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I like how there’s a giant abandoned chemical/biological weapons lab in the middle of the Aral Desert that no one wants to clean up.
      Surprised that no terrorist group has walked in to take a bunch of vials of some super virus to use against the west

    • #121779
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do locals even care? They seem to be struggling with sustaining their own lives against the temptation of suicide.

      • #121784
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The fishermen cared.

    • #121787
      Anonymous
      Guest

      N

    • #121789
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Uzbekistan is like the eighth largest global supplier of cotton? Its certainly up there. They make a lot of money off of it.

    • #121796
      Anonymous
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      I drank the water.

    • #121798
      Anonymous
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      The sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up to prepare the way for the kings from the East.

      • #121811
        Anonymous
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        but it didn’t empty into the Euphrates

      • #121813
        Anonymous
        Guest

        No need for another post. This is it right here, the answer to everything. Go read a book before posting again, anons

    • #121806
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Nooooooo you can’t just have water go somewhere else!
      >It must always stay in 1 place!!!

    • #121817
      Anonymous
      Guest

      5 year plan Comrade. Is good da?

    • #121821
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Cotton aka the devil’s ass cloth.

    • #121822
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There are plenty of way better examples of Soviet disdain for the environment than this.
      otoh, dumping nuclear waster in the arctic, killing more whales than any other nation(including protected species) and letting them rot in warehouses to meet quotas.

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