Our world and nature grows, changes, and stays the same all at once right before our eyes as humans living with it and around it. Too much of the time, we as humans do not stop to thank and appreciate nature and all that it gives us every day. People say nature has a way of taking back everything it gives, one way or another. Rightly so as it needs to feed itself again and again and we to do the same, contributing to its rejuvenation so that we can gain from all its gifts. Human natures biggest flaw is that there is a selfish greed to our very being in that we want to take and don’t want to return and that give and take cycle in nature is detrimental to the universe.
The movie The Day After Tomorrow shows what the world would look like if global warming continued. The lead character also a paleoclimatologist, Professor Jack Hall, figures out that due to global warming, the polar ice caps are melting and making ocean temperatures lower. A climate change occurs throughout the world, and many natural disasters are caused. Eventually this leads to a new ice age. “Tokyo is hit by softball size hail; it begins to snow in New Delhi; and Los Angeles is destroyed by a group of huge F5 tornadoes that hit all at the same time. The U.S. President, authorizes the FAA to suspend air traffic over the United States due to severe turbulence. As three RAF helicopters fly to evacuate the British Royal Family from their castle in Scotland, they enter the eye of a very massive hurricane-like super storm blizzard, that causes a temperature drop of -150 °F that freezes their fuel lines and rotors, causing them to crash down and quickly freeze to death,” quoted from the website IMDb. All of these major tragedies are a very strong sign of nature showing us the repercussions of us being so nonchalant about the health of our earth.
Human nature seems to feel as if it can control all of the universe. It is the flaw of mankind and something one can work to alleviate away from if we...
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