Realization of Human Being
March 13, 2013 updated August 11, 2014
We Must Take Responsibility for Our Survival
The Realization Must Dawn, We Are Killing Our Planet
It is time for all humans to come to the realization we are killing our planet very quickly.
Exponentially, our world is experiencing loss of bird, animal, sea life, and insects that allow us to grow food, eat, drink water, and breathe, at a rapid pace.
In our haste to be propelled by autos, buses and planes, we are breaking the ground under us, and destroying all water tables.
Petroleum, and natural gas are not finite resources. It takes thousands, or tens of thousand years to generate the geologic layers required to make petroleum or natural gas.
Fifty-five gallons of crude oil equal less than 25 gallons of gas.
The drilling and extraction of petroleum, crude and gas, damages our earth's layers, and when we have a mishap, or disaster; it changes our globe forever.
We have a wealth of fuel in old landfills, but the profit margin is the first consideration in exploration, and extraction of energy. So, less intrusive ways of getting energy will be squashed and ignored as long as humans allow.
If we do not stop today, our planet will soon resemble Mars.
This is no joke, this is not the ranting of a tree-hugger. This is a great-grandmother, who would like to have her grandchildren see a glacier, walrus, and puffins, before they are all gone.
Allegedly, over the centuries, us Human Beings have gained knowledge and intelligence. This is difficult to prove by what I have witnessed in the last 50 years of life on this planet.
In the 1960's, our science teachers told us we had a perfect eco-system.
How intelligent is it when we are carelessly destroying our only habitat?(There were long time experiments for life domes, that have failed miserably).
Even a wild animal knows better than to soil his own home.
During the 1940's, 1950's, and 1960's, there were a lot of experiments using nuclear detonation, underground, and above ground. Sadly, Native Tribes were not considered People during this time, so the numbers of these Human Beings who lost their lives due to livestock degradation, cancer and other environmental effects, are not counted.
We are not too smart, evolved or worthwhile, if we do not demand a more careful treatment of our Earth,
Conservation Efforts - Loss of Habitat & Species
- Rio Grande, TX - Conserving Habitat, and Natural Species
Texas—Starr, Hidalgo, Willacy and Cameron—the Lower Rio Grande Valley covers an area of 4,300 square miles in the Tamaulipan Thornscrub and Gulf Coast Prairies and Marshes ecoregions.
- Problems - Loss of Species - Willamette Basin
Ecology Resources Transforming Faith and Society - At 5,300 square miles, the Willamette Valley is the largest inland river valley in the Pacific Northwest, situated in the 11,460-square-mile Willamette Basin.
Imagine a World Without Bees and other Pollinators
Scientist Used to Think That Mars was a Planet Incapable of Sustaining Life
Since the start of space exploration, we had believed that Mars was a dead planet that could not support life. Today, we have learned that scientists have recovered evidence that life did exist at one time on Mars.
There is proof that at one time, the Planet Mars sustained an eco-system like ours.
Are the ancient drawings and giant statues found around the world, in places like Easter Island truly from Martians? Were the wealthiest Martians and Martian leaders able to escape the final destruction of a planet they were too smart to save?
If the giant statues built on Easter Island are any indication, it seems they did not learn their lesson at all. More scientific evidence shows that once gigantic trees and plants were the Island’s eco-system. The first thing the newest inhabitants did was destroy the eco-system to build giant images of themselves, or their gods.
Are we unable to learn; are we unable to behave differently?
Is Earth destined for destruction, because we are partially descended from beings that care more about status, and pushing religious views, than caring for the land, the biological systems, and the human beings that live there?