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Fossil carbons are being released into our atmosphere at a rate that our current ecosystem cannot tolerate. These carbons have been inactive for millions of years but are now being released at an alarming rate. The damage already done is irreversable within our current technology. If the current pollution trend continues then future generations of all living systems; from microscopic organisms to all plants and creatures (human included) will be terribly altered or exterminated as our systems cannot adjust or evolve fast enough to keep up.
Certainly there are natural forces at work as well but they do NOT make such rapid changes.
Such arrogant ignorance is not only dangerous but totally self-serving. Those people care not for our descendants or anything but their own comfort. Anyone with a shred of intelligence should take an opportunity to understand and be with nature to observe the alarming changes we have already experienced. For those unfortunate and pitiful souls who cannot realize the present problem, I suggest you remove your heads from where the sun doesn't shine and view the natural world in its actual context. It is time for the whole populace to wake up and take action. The world is not flat.
Originally posted by kenshiro2012
You are correct in this. The problem is that you are assuming that these fossil carbons are only from mankind. This would be incorrect.
Mt Saint Helens eruption a few years ago put out more Carbon emmissions than humans have in our entire history!
In 2004, Mt Saint Helens was found to be the biggest poluter in the entire state of Washington!
seattletimes.nwsource.com..." target="_blank" class="postlink">Mount St. Helens the state's No. 1 air polluter