posted on Jun, 4 2004 @ 12:48 AM
The earth is indestructable by man. It will always rebalance itself, I like to think of it as blood.
Your blood is a pH buffer solution, pH buffers work to keep a pH within a certain range, but if you go over that range the pH drastically changes.
How that reballancing affects mankind is the real question.
Jurassic Park is really a good book, when Hammond begins to think about how mankind is destroying the world Malcom tells him, "You really are a
pompous son of a b----...mankind can't even come close to destroying or saving the world, we can only end up destroying or saving ourselves."
He says a few other things about how life has been around for 4 billion years or such...whatever there you get an idea.
I don't think your views of how we are affecting the environment are entirely accurate but whatever