The Nature of Things
We can't live surrounded only by concrete and steel. We MUST protect the nature as it is. No forests, no trees. No trees, no oxygen. The nature is not ours to kill it.
- Surprisingly enough, many individual humans do live just like that. But as as species, we would all become threatened by extinction
if there were were none of that nature, I'm quite sure. Thanks W.
Lets start by protecting the air. If you don't know what you do that pollutes the air,
you can't fix it. So please figure it out.
While you're at it see how the pollution you (I really mean mankind in general) contribute to the much-talked-about climate change. Does air pollution really lead to global warming?
Do we, in the process of building our cities, our industries, our parks and houses, really need to rip out the forests
that existed so peacefully right there, right before we came along? Maybe so, maybe we can integrate our operations more gracefully with these biomes, which seem to be getting in short supply lately. Maybe that would work better.
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