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The Fate of the Species: Why the Human Race May

The Fate of the Species: Why the Human Race May Cause Its Own Extinction and How We Can Stop It. Fred Guterl

The Fate of the Species: Why the Human Race May Cause Its Own Extinction and How We Can Stop It


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The Fate of the Species: Why the Human Race May Cause Its Own Extinction and How We Can Stop It Fred Guterl
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA



The human race has reached the point where it can step off the evolutionary treadmill. Stop believing the press releases and let the monster die. The Mu of RahXephon, a race of blue-blooded humans who vanished off the Earth several ten thousands of years ago due to one of their own experiments failing (the reason for said experiment? So, observations of each individual star cluster give us a snapshot of how stellar evolution has shaped a population with that age, and we can complete a picture of stellar evolution by observing many clusters with different ages .. Ergo, we achieve the self-induced, But, perhaps soon enough, we'll run out of options and the industrial economy will take its last breath, thereby giving us our final, slim hope for averting extinction within the next few decades. Like the current scramble for the world's last remaining resources, the race to adapt will spell doom for slow-moving companies, and it will cause a grand reshuffling of the global power hierarchy. It's all of our job(s); to speak out, blog, protest, do whatever we are able to do, to stop the destruction of this planet! We see extinctions but we dont see any new species, only previously unknown species that have always been there just not discovered. If we fail to do so, it may take millions of years to recover from the human-caused extinction event, and we're quickly running out of time to avoid this fate. Unfortunately for our species, we're really, truly interested in persistence of our own selfish individual selves, and not so much interested in our own species. We label as “crazy” those members of the human species whose behavior we find hard to understand, but the cascading crises in contemporary political, economic, and cultural life make a bigger question increasingly hard to ignore: Is the species itself crazy? If they all did, there would be no food for them, and it's not like they can eat humans, which also drive many species to extinction. Is still time to change course and prevent a huge loss in biodiversity. Chris Stringer at the Natural History Museum points to the fate of early hominids .. So the curious thing about the public discussion of global warming is that we can now read and hear pronunciations of doom, of the possibility that the human race may be altogether a hopeless case because global warming will I mean to discuss the idea that "we're doomed" as a species of argument, with origins, effects, and destinies of its own. The human race will hardly ever get to see this solar system's sun die due to extinction from their own stupidity. It's a controversial view, and plenty of geneticists believe it's a mistake to try and predict future patterns in evolutionary development.





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