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In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth And God said Let the water under the sky be gathered to one place and let dry ground appear And it was so God called the dry ground land and the gathered waters he called seas And God saw that it was good Genesis 19-10 When God created the heavens and the earth I strongly believe that he did not want his greatest creation Man to destroy or abuse his precious creation The relatively short history of Man proves more than once of his destructive capabilities and lack of respect to his surroundings In this modern age of technology man and society in general consider itself to be civilized and superior to all life on this earth But glancing back at Mans destructive past proves Man to be barbaric If the history of Man were somehow shaped into a collage images of war would appear more than once August 6th 1945 is a date in history that will never be forgotten It is the date that the worlds first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima Japan Anyone within a mile of the explosion from the atom bomb was a bundle of smoking black charcoal within seconds About ninety thousand to one hundred forty thousand people were killed The atom bomb obliterated more than 10 sq km4 sq mi and there was very heavy damage outside that areaanon httpwwwrnvu-netcomhomehtm The dropping of the atomic bomb annihilated the land in Japan Perhaps Mans destructive nature is best illustrated through a poem The poem Original Sin by Robinson Jeffers shows Mans disrespect towards nature And pushed it into the pit and they fed it high around the mired sides Of their huge prey They watched the long hairy trunk Waver over the stifle-trumpeting pain And they
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