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Earth is COOKED: A look back at how bad 2017 was for our planet

2017 will go down in infamy, not just because of the Cheeto in charge (FDT), the repeal of net neutrality, or the entire #MeToo movement that shook up Hollywood.

While all of that shit was truly wild and memorable, there’s something else that’s been going on that has repercussions that will be felt by our children’s children and so forth.

For years, you’ve heard about the effects of global warming, the melting ice caps, carbon emissions, and all that. But did you know that shit is literally the worst it’s ever been? Which leads us to this stark reality: Earth is COOKED.

What does that mean exactly? Think about it.

Between all the hurricanes that caused destruction this year, the intense heatwaves leading to the worst wildfire seasons ever, and the major earthquakes that shook throughout Mexico and worldwide, this could all be pointed back to one thing: us!

It’s like Samuel L. Jackson’s character Richmond Valentine said in the banger of a film Kingsman,

“When you get a virus, you get a fever. That’s the human body raising its core temperature to kill the virus. Planet Earth works the same way: Global warming is the fever, mankind is the virus. We’re making our planet sick. A cull is our only hope. If we don’t reduce our population ourselves, there’s only one of two ways this can go: The host kills the virus, or the virus kills the host.”

DEADASS THO. That population part is a lil brazy but you get the point.

If you’ve been following our “Earth is COOKED” journey, you will see exactly what we’re talking about. The path we are on is a narrow one and at this rate we’re going to be peaced! Check out how bad shit has been this year alone and peep the video above.

Prepare to be shook.

Earth is COOKED: Hurricane Irma, earthquakes, and mass extinction

Earth is COOKED: Hurricane Maria, more earthquakes, and Trump wilin’

Earth is COOKED: Warming oceans, melting ice caps and a super volcano

Earth is COOKED: Excessive spending, scorching heat, and preventative infrastructure

Earth is COOKED, but ya boy Leonardo Dicaprio is trying to save it