Re: Oy vey...
> There has never been a species on this planet, ever, thatvoluntarily
> decided to stop reproducing. As a matter of fact, it's reproduction,in
> the creation of more offspring than there are parents, that results
> the existance of a species.true,but until humanity rolled around, there has never been a
species on this planet that was so disrespectful to the planet,and so
arrogant as to think they are gods and are the only beings worth a
shit. As a matter of fact, it's reproduction,the creation of more
humans, is what results in the destruction of our world and it's other
species. Of course no other creature has ever voluntarily stopped
breeding....humans are unfortunately the only one(pretty much)to ever
advance to the level of independent thought,and to even have that
> My point. We're here because we're supposed to be here. We reproduceYes...we're supposed to be here...but so is everything else...true,
> not because society and the common global community suggests we have
> to, but because nature built within us the urge, the need, and the
> sense of responsibility to do so.
some species die out on their own,but a great deal more extinctions
are on the hands of humanity. Who are we to bring the downfall of
other living beings who have just as much right to exist as we do?
My two cents,