posted on May, 13 2012 @ 12:01 PM
WW2 now thats a quantifiable example!
I encourage you Fukushima people to watch that Chernobyl documentary I posted part 1 of. It shows animals flourishing there in the absense of humans.
THere are other documentaries like it including "Chernobyl A Natural History" and "Radioactive Wolves". I argue that the cane toad is already
leaving a trail of very quantifiable ecosystem destruction for which there appears to be no recovery. They're not even finished trouncing arcoss the
continent there. Chernobyl caused no extinction, instead that area is one of the final refuge for several near-extinct species that are both
introduced and have appeared spontaneously.
Its quite the opposite with the cane toad theres no telling how many species may go exinct as they eat all the food their contemporaries eat, they eat
their contemporaries, and when predators try to eat them for the first time they dont live on to learn their lesson. Most of those cool large snakes,
crocodiles and monitor lizards we grew up watching Steve Irwin capture with his hands die when they try and eat this creature which are in swarms
quite literally everywhere they've made it to.