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The natural evolutionary process has persisted throughout the eons of time A new race breed appears just to be vanquished off the face of the earth a few thousand years later A few thousand years nothing but a drop in the bucket of time for a earth that has existed for millions of years What a concept to delve into the existence of a species as compared to the existence of the planet on which we call homeThe Earth has had many faces over time and is rapidly changing as time continues to march forward Rapidly changing from one or two continents to seven semi-continuous continents and even to a frozen barren wasteland and to a hot ball of molten lava and volcanic rock Changes to us that seem to be an eternity in coming or going but to the earth whos age can be counted in millions instead of millennia its just another drop of rain in an already filled bucket Inconsequential at best and unmoved by our plight or the plight of other species the earth remains neutral and uncaring The earth has seen many creatures come and go maybe even other races from other planets it has even seen its share of other planets make residence on its ever changing surface The mighty and fearsome dinasours who no longer roam this earth where once the controlling and dominate feature never worrying about losing its stature never caring Mother earth is an ever changing enviorment she changes shapes and colors often and will continue to do so for a long time until that final day of reckoning Today the human race bothers itself with small details as global warming and enviormental waste of our natural resources We find solice in recycling that one can or that one newspaper or saving that one tree in the rain forrest We find that it is important to protect our natural history and preserve mother earth in
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