I've used to spend a lot of time on Zig Forums and I have very fond memories of shitposting there, but after taking all the redpills there are no more pills to take, and it got a bit repetitive and boring.
Zig Forums seems to be resisting the Zig Forums leakage somewhat tbh, but who knows for how long.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acclimatisation_society >Acclimatisation societies were voluntary associations in the 19th and 20th centuries that encouraged the introduction of non-native species in various places around the world with the hope of their acclimatisation and adaptation. The motivation at the time was a sense that introducing these species of plants and animals would enrich the flora and fauna of a region. These societies were born during a period of colonialism when Europeans began to settle in unfamiliar environments, and the movement sought to establish familiar plants and animals (mainly from Europe) in new areas while also bringing exotic and useful foreign plants and animals into the European centres. Today it is widely understood that introducing species can be harmful to native species and their ecosystems; for example, in Australia plants were harmed by rabbits' overgrazing; in North America house sparrows displace and kill native birds; and around the world, salamander populations are today threatened by introduced fungal infections. At the time of acclimatisation societies, however, this was insufficiently understood. smh lads, they were so idealistic back then