Age of Man

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Age of man arrested after car hit PSNI vehicles on Thursday
Gould points out that ours should not be called the Nuclear Age or even the Age of Man so much as the Age of Bacteria, since bacteria still predominate, surviving much longer than homo sapiens and indeed providing the building blocks for all life on this planet.
Shakesepeare describes this final age of man as ``second childishness and mere oblivion, sans teeth, sans eyes, sans everything.
Shakespeare describes this age of man as having ``spectacles on nose, pouch on side, shrunk shank and whistles in his sound.