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The Analysis of the Blue Marble Throughout history there has been tremendous progress made on the part of mankind We as a species have been able to tame fire learn to hunt survive in extreme conditions and use our resources to their fullest potential But do we overuse our resources I strongly believe that we as a population do overuse our resources This is an issue which we must now face as we head into the next millenium for it is there which we will find the answer to the future Never has more alarm been raised about the peril that the Earth is in Some choose to ignore it most notably Julian Simon as far as this paper is concerned while others most notably Norman Myers speak out against it imploring the population of the planet to listen Listen to the sounds of a planet that is overburdened overused and overheated One can only wonder how much more our great Blue Marble can take I dont believe that it can endure much more One cannot deny the fact that more and more people are inhabiting the Earth every year This is indisputable However the question is what type of effect does this have on the Earth Well for one more people leads to overpopulation which in some places on the planet this is already a huge problem Julian Simon likes to look at this as a good thing because as he puts it the triumph of the human mind and organizations over the raw killing forces of nature has increased the number of people the Earth can hold Simon 6 However what if you look at the other side of the coin Mankind has exhibited the ability to wield its gift of superior intellectual ability and with increased technology more people can now be packed into an area than previously expected Mr Norman Myers points out that human beings relationship with nature
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