I dont know if i should write this thread in fragile earth, because it seems alot of people in this section are the opposite to the way I think, but
I have recently been thinking alot about the actions eviromentalists take to save an animal, or the earth for that matter, and I get so mad because it
seems like they do not think as far into the long run as they think they do.
what I am trying to say is, lets take an example, beached wales, I want to know why Humans are so arrogant that they think it is our responsibility to
return these creatures to the ocean? just because they wash up on "our" beaches, its thiers too. I dont understand because we dont even know, what
the reason for that wale beaching itself are, it could be anything from the wale feeling depressed and WANTING to die, or it could be that it has a
desease and other wales have forced it to die, away from the ocean. Yes I have heard of the sonar, thats the worst BS I have heard in so long.
Or another example would be the global warming issue, I dont think anyone is arguing that its happening anymore, but the argument is weither we caused
it.. This is another huuge arrogance on humanitys part, to think for the tiny amount of time we have lived on this earth we have suddenly caused it to
warm. I guess the earth has been the same temp for its all its exsistence right? What caused the ice age? were humans around and they were using
anti-gas that released anti-co2 into the atmosphere, cooling it? ahah that was dumb, but you should understand what I am getting at.
If humans take on this responsibility, and do devise a way to make the earth cooler, then wont more bad things come from it? such as species going
into evolutionary limbo, because there is no reason to evolve any further? I dont understand how scientists arnt making this connection, especially if
I can. There is no way this wouldent happen, we cannot take action to change the earth until we are 100% sure we are the cause, and there is no way we
have had evidence to show 100%. Sometimes negative things have to happen, to allow a flood of positive developments to happen.
I fully support our attempts at breading species that are becoming extinct, but only if its extintion is conclusivly shown to be our fault, I am sure
that had we been living with the technology we have today during the dinosaurs we would be trying to save them, look at how different the earth is
now, entire species die out, ranging from insects, animals and plants.
anyway I fear I am just rambling now, let me know what you think, and hopefully as some more trains of thought into this.