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Technology or Death Since the 1850s and the start of the industrial revolution humanity has quickly gained a high level of technology For years they advanced without knowing the disturbance they are causing to the environment by gaining technology so fast Three authors found in Interconnections by Lea Clark discuss pollution and other ecological affects The first author Thomas Palmer refutes the idea that humans have become the ruiners of the planet so to speak The second author Ronald Bailey agrees that apocalyptic environmental concerns are a hoax but feels that journalist and politicians use them as a propaganda technique The final author J Baldwin believes that humans need to embrace technology to survive and use it as a tool to help us along instead of abandoning it and reverting back to a more simplistic life All three authors have good arguments with fantastic supporting details although I do not particularly agree with all of them Thomas Palmer is a novelist and a naturalist concerned with the physical world and humans place in it Interconnections Carol Lea Clark Palmer has written many novels but the standouts of his work consist of Dream Science 1990 and Landscape with Reptile Rattlesnakes in an Urban World 1992 He has also been published in the Atlantic Monthly for his essay The Case for Human Beings In this essay he explains about the idea of humans as a species of this earth Palmer believes that humans are making our environment a dangerous place because of our rapidly growing economy and the need to build and consume Palmers work is very intriguing and his writing style was fairly easy for me to comprehend The next author is Thomas Bailey Like Palmer Bailey uses the apocalyptic metaphor to organize his doubts about the state of the environment Interconnections Carol Lea Clark Bailey was a staff
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