Some believe that the Mayans predicted an apoplectic end of the world, while others believe there will be a spiritual change. Never mind which is correct but this planet is pretty doomed by the Butterfly Effect anyhow.
How could man believe that his interference with not only the planet but in outer space would not have some sort of consequence? The tiny things, like black ants coming to my country via Brazilian ships loaded with sugar have changed life here completely. A small, small thing perhaps but the effect is noticeable. One is now some African creatures that had no real enemies are raided by the ants. Then, humans living here have an “ant problem” and use poison to kill the ants, these poisons seep into the environment killing other small insects, which are eaten by birds and so on. So something as small as an ant being introduced where it does not belong has caused un-natural effects, detrimental to the planet.
Now consider the destruction of our rainforests, over 69,000 acres of rainforest are burned every day in the world. That is over 150 acres lost every minute of every day.
The boffins estimate that we are losing 130 species of plants, animals and insects every single day as they become extinct from the loss of rainforest land and habitats. Put that into the Butterfly Effects equation and think about it. The crazy weather of the passed few years is an act of God? I think not.
Then we have mineral exploitation, we move huge weights from under the surface and burn them up, turning them into toxic gas. The latest thing that caught my attention is fraking. I do not under stand it very well but it sure goes against my philosophy of,
“ Don’t frak with what you don’t understand.”! All the earthquakes that are happening lately, an act of God? I think not.
Mankind is the only creature on the planet that would contribute positively to the environment, with his demise.
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