- What “Age” are we living in? What will it be called historically?
We had the Renaissance, Victorian era, Industrial Revolution etc etc.
What do you think this epoch will be known as?
You can be serious or jokey, it’s all good!Posted 1 week agoFB-ATBSubscriber
Elizabethan!Posted 1 week agolisterSubscriber
The age of oil and plastic wastage.Posted 1 week agogauss1777Member
Iirc it’s the age of the train.Posted 1 week agonorthernmattMember
The Age of SelfishnessPosted 1 week agotimbog160Subscriber
The Good Old DaysPosted 1 week agooldnpastitSubscriber
Pre-FTL.Posted 1 week ago
Anthropocene is the current epoch. aka the Holocene Extinction
It won’t be called anything. You assume that there will be someone to write the history.Posted 1 week agojonbaMember
I thought it had been named, information age/digital age?Posted 1 week agofoomanMember
I’ve always thought we’ll be seen as the most wasteful most polluting period in human history, at least I hope it improves in future! At least this year maybe less polluting might set a trend so perhaps the Environmental Revolution over next couple of decades. Wishful thinking?Posted 1 week agomarkwsfMember
The age of the selfish W*****r.
For multiple reasons.Posted 1 week agothestabiliserMember
PornhubiferousPosted 1 week ago
The whole world? Or just this forum?
Middle Age.Posted 1 week ago
The Age of Clubcard PointsPosted 1 week ago
information age/digital age?
I think the Information Age has been and gone. I think our current moment is defined more by miss information.Posted 1 week agotjagainSubscriber
The age of wastePosted 1 week agobeanieripperMember
The age of endless greed…Posted 1 week agodjgloverMember
4th Industral Revolution
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The age of MuppetsPosted 1 week agofrankconwaySubscriber
I’m with fooman – age of the Environment.Posted 1 week agotomhowardSubscriber
Populist age.Posted 1 week agothegreatapeSubscriber
BorisianPosted 1 week ago
I’ve always thought we’ll be seen as the most wasteful most polluting period in human history, at least I hope it improves in future!
Er. You do realise that the industrial revolution led to industries which were far more polluting than we are now. Added to infrastructure problems which led to issues like sewage being dumped raw into the streets and rivers & I think you are displaying a lack of appreciation of the world we have now.Posted 1 week agotdogMember
The age of endless topics on the C virus obvs
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You do realise that the industrial revolution led to industries which were far more polluting than we are now. Added to infrastructure problems which led to issues like sewage being dumped raw into the streets and rivers & I think you are displaying a lack of appreciation of the world we have now.
By the end of this year, more than half of all industrial emissions of carbon dioxide since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution will have been released since 1988 — the year it became widely known that these emissions are warming the climate.
Posted 1 week agochestercopperpotMember
The age of the Partially Educated Know-it-all Reactionary Narcissistic Two Faced Liars.Posted 1 week agojohndrummerMember
The Me Me Me AgePosted 1 week agopoahMember
The contemporary agePosted 1 week agoPhilbySubscriber
Trumpnarcissism agePosted 1 week agoslackaliceSubscriber
The Electric Age.
In much the same way the Stone and Iron Age were how those resources influenced the ‘growth’ of humankind.
Imagine your life without electricity. Sobering thought eh?Posted 1 week agooldagedpredatorSubscriber
The whole world? Or just this forum?
Heresy – burn him.Posted 1 week agodaviekSubscriber
The age of flouncePosted 1 week ago
The Entitled Age.Posted 1 week agoSuperficialMember
I think in a few hundred years we’ll look back and realise how crazy it was to just believe the lies propagated that the markets work for everyone’s best interests.Posted 1 week agofazziniSubscriber
Apologies in advance…
I have no idea what this time will be known as when it is finally officially named, however, once it is, I’m pretty certain it will go viralPosted 1 week ago
I find the off thing is that despite we’ve lived quite happily and obliviously in a capatilist framework for years, the observational attempts to gain capatislist advantage – e.g. Sports Direct, £150 Hand Sanitiser on Amazon – are disgusting to many people, and the fit healthy and well minded types are wondering where all this government money is suddenly coming from.Posted 1 week agobeejSubscriber
The Last Age of the Humans.
That’s what the robots will call it anyway.Posted 1 week agoTheBrickMember
To be fair you can’t spend the money twice.Posted 1 week agodannybgoodeSubscriber
The age of many wheel sizesPosted 1 week ago
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