posted on Aug, 15 2008 @ 01:17 AM
Originally posted by Cyberbian
70 to 80% of all oxygen comes from the oceans, If the oceans die, can we live?
Not all of us :-)
How will we adapt?
Unconsciously most likely. if at all
Who will survive?
those in oxygen rich environments. Remember Trees don't breathe oxygen. They breathe CO2 and give off oxygen.
Who will not?
Hrmm... those in asphalt jungles? Or in the sea?
Will survival depend upon being close to a source of plant oxygen?
Well, there lots of cultures which live in the desert, so they prolly don't have to be near trees.
Will citys die along with their inhabitants?
Possibly... But, cities don't die because people die all the time. Mostly cities die due to emmigration
Thanks for the post!
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