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With all the technological advancements the rain forest has been greatly affected Not only have the trees been cut down but also there positive aspects to the technology concerning this precious resource Peter White is a head writer for National Geographic magazine and he said The tropical rain forest may well be natures chief liberty of experience from which all of humanity can learn not only how to do things but also what a vast variety of things may be possible We can all learn from this statement The rain forest is a key to our environment and with all the technology destroying it and not replacing it we all should think about what is happening and what can be done to save it With technology greatly progressing through this century the rain forest has been destroyed at a fast rate The rain forest is the home of about 50 of all species the rain forest is a resource that should be saved and must be saved It is once thought that the tropical rain forest was at one time a great space of 15 billion hectares but as the time goes on slowly that number shortens In the year 2000 it was thought that there will only be 900 hectares left on the Earth Even though there is not any rain forest in the United States the rain forest greatly affects us in ways not known to all Many medicines are found in the rain forest and many of them treat common diseases Malaria is an example of a disease that has its treatments coming from quinine taken form the cinchona tree in Peru Also in surgery d-tarbocuranine is greatly relied on as a muscle relaxer It is made form curare derived from an Amazonian liana This research shows that the medicinal aspect of the rain forest is definitely needed for the advancement of technology itself
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