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Humanity is the greatest failure of evolution Since our birth from the primordial soup we have consumed and destroyed And there is nothing to stop us from destroying all other life before us We continue to turn the air water and the very ground we walk on into a poisonous mix simply so we do not have to walk The birth of small-established societies in effect caused the birth of war possibly humanities greatest vice Like a virus the human race moves from area to area sucking the land dry of all possible resources httpwwwaltenergyorg states that in 1891 enough oil was produced from Pennsylvania to power the US for 7 months in 1997 that time declined to 3 hours With current consumption rates not including an increase in consumption we will be out of natural gas in 50 years and coal in another half century later By the year 2025 15 of the earths oil will remain and finally in the year 2035 oil reserves will be depleted Through simple math if we continue without growth all of earths fossil fuels will be consumed by the year 2097 A more likely estimate including the growth in consumption rates will result in depletion at the year of 2073 That is if we last long enough to see it A more pressing matter is the increase in toxins as well as temperature From the year 1000 2000 the average temperature change doubled The temperature of the monitoring station in Vostok Antarctica has risen 4 degrees in the past century Methane and Carbon Dioxide levels have raised 60 ppbv This information is especially concerning because Antarctica is supposed to be the least affected land mass With no major change in nearby ocean currents or large cities to introduce concentrations of greenhouse gases this increase can only be caused by foreign pollution If such a desolate place can be affected as such the urban pollution is
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