posted on Mar, 4 2009 @ 04:21 PM
I am sorry friend, but 6.7 Billion people does affect the Earth. You may say the earth will change over time, but will it change for the better or
for the worse?
If we keep breeding, expanding our borders without paying tribute to mother nature in the process, she will come and put balance back into this world
by diminishign the species.
We make a difference, not in this global warming type deal they are trying to push on us, but in the grand scheme of things, we are preventing the
planet from regenerating itself as we continue to consume and develop.
It's called fragile earth because at this moment, with our imput and our destruction the earth truly is in a state of fragility. We don't mean
it's going to break or magically pop out of existance, we mean that it is very much on the brink of removing us from it's surface.
You know when you see images from space during the day of continents that have been heavily populated by humans, you know what it looks like?
It looks like mold on a sandwich, that's what it looks like. As if we continue to abuse the planet will retaliate or it will die.
You may not believe a planet can die, but look at Mars. Do you honestly believe Mars has always been the way it is now? No, it was destroyed, by
what means I do not know, but without the atmosphere, the planet is not regenerating.
It goes the same for Earth, we loose our atmosphere, goodbye population, goodbye plants, goodye everything. We need to take a stern look at our
activities and make some drastic changes in order to survive peacefully and in harmony with the very place that gives us life.