Do You Think the World Will Become More Peaceful in the Next Ten Years?
Our world today is struggling with major economic crisis, natural disasters, violence in our schools, government corruptness, and the war on drugs. If our country, let alone our world, is to survive and make even the slightest of peace, in the future we have major changes that must take place.
In modern times it became very fashionable to treat the city as a form of human coexistence in a definitely negative way due to a variety of reasons: both the industrial plants and streets overfilled with cars produce most pollution on the Earth, people have to live in overcrowded conditions, drink water full of chemical substances, eat food of uncertain origins and so on. However, can the city really be considered to be responsible for our troubles?
The discovery of antibiotics could be readily placed among the inventions that truly changed the face of the world and the way of humans’ existence. However, nowadays they are often considered to be something not so good, the last resort or even something that shouldn’t be used at all. However, are there any foundations to this theory?
Ecologists often say that every time any species disappears, it disappears for good, without any possibility for it to come back. It is said that every time this happens the diversity of organic life decreases and suffers and, because we cause it, we should do everything to protect the species that can potentially disappear.