People stating that strict gun control may lead to saving millions of lives seem to be under the false assumption that most deaths in the country are caused by deranged teenagers who start shooting in their schools or overly nervous people legally owning firearms and incapable of controlling themselves. They state that if the laws controlling owning guns become stricter, if firearms become harder to come by, these factors will cause reduction of deaths caused by these weapons.
What puzzles me most of all is the fact that even now, in the age of developed societies and open-minded approaches to life, many people still have incomprehensible tie to the primitive culture that was formed and existed millions of years ago. In those times men where hunting for mammoths, while a woman was responsible for their cave and children. The way we still depend on this archaic lifestyle is incogitable for me.
Every day people work on the ways to make their life easier and more pleasant. They try to invent some new ways of entertainment, work on the ways to make some routine activities less time-consuming to dedicate their time to more important activities. Thus, thousands of different devices are produced, lots of automobiles are used and many other events are happening daily in the world. One of the unpleasant aspects of this progress is that it requires use of a great deal of natural resources. Is it possible to change this tendency?