The WHO conference & the end of Mankind

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Thursday, 29 April 2010

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Next year marks the 20th anniversary of the WHO conference and its got nothing to do with the famous rock band The Who, its the World Health Organisation and they have startling new evidence that sperm count in men is getting lower every year that passes by which means that in all probability this will lead to the extinction of the human race.

Even now evidence shows that sperm count of men that are in their fifties is better than men who are now in their twenties which is devastating news for the future of mankind. If current trends continue, when these men in their twenties, reach their fifties, the next generation after them will have an even lower sperm count.

The Dinosaurs roamed the earth for Millions of years but humans are destined to become extinct unless we can discover a way to stop the sperm count from lowering generation after generation.

What has man achieved any way. We have waged constant wars killing BILLIONS of our own kind, invented good things like television, and bad things like religion, treated our fellow earthlings which include just about every other species on the planet like we were Nazi's.

Nature may eventually decide man's destiny if we don't destroy our selves in the Third World War, we are all doomed in any event as eventually we will not be able to reproduce.

We will never find the answer to life the Universe and Everything, maybe we are just a cosmic accident, and our time on earth, will be very brief in comparison with the Dinosaurs reign of hundreds of millions of years.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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