In the US we had the dust bowl. Less than a century ago, billions of tons of topsoil blew away. Farming was all but wiped out in some states. A man-made disaster without parallel in North America. We’ve seen it, we’ve survived it by the skin of our teeth, and we quickly forgot about it. This is just another step. Yes, nature has survived for 4 billion years, but humans only came around about 2.8 million years ago. Even then, it wasn’t until the Industrial Revolution that we started to destroy the planet on a large scale. The Industrial Revolution started around 1760 and finished in 1900.
Top Shirts Hutechteestore on 7 August 2019
That means in just 259 years we’ve done more damage to the planet in the 4 billion years it’s been around. (Not to mention the greenhouse gasses we create now). It doesn’t take an idiot to see that we’ve sped up the process. A process which animals aren’t able to adapt to. We will kill everything, even ourselves. We have no compassion for our home.