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#138 - ilikecows **User deleted account** (11/22/2012) [-]
Listen, we are a dominant species, if we continued to live like in 8000 B.C, we not not progress at all; technologically, socially, in fact, we would still be using rocks and we would still be living in caves.   
   
I know that in the past we have harshly dominated the world, but now, we are slowly realising the ways we can make the world 'better' (More wildlife reserves, changes in the Industry for a better sustaining ecosystems...)
Listen, we are a dominant species, if we continued to live like in 8000 B.C, we not not progress at all; technologically, socially, in fact, we would still be using rocks and we would still be living in caves.

I know that in the past we have harshly dominated the world, but now, we are slowly realising the ways we can make the world 'better' (More wildlife reserves, changes in the Industry for a better sustaining ecosystems...)
User avatar #151 to #138 - thepalmtoptiger (11/22/2012) [-]
Saying that we are a dominant species is an understatement. We are to the world as Zebra Mussels are to industry in the great lakes.

We, as a society, should have realized and tried to amend our ways much earlier. Many of us still turn a blind eye to the destruction. We are planting six trees for every one which we cut down, but the trees that we cut were several hundred years old, it will take centuries before we see any benefit from the planting of these new trees.

Don't get me wrong, I don't suggest we just stop foresting, and drilling for oil, but we need to look for alternatives and quickly. We're hitting peek oil in about 3 years, if you think that gas is expensive right now, then just you wait. There's a lot going wrong with the planet right now, and not just environmentally, but earth is extremely flexible. If we can stop, or even just slow down what we're doing the world can start to balance itself out.
#159 to #151 - ilikecows **User deleted account** (11/22/2012) [-]
You're right, I realise the flaws in my statement now.

Thank you for correcting me, it's always nice to have another opinion, even if it's in a minefield of "NO u R ROnG!!!1!"
+1
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