Found this commet:
“The Earth could get along just fine without us. If anyone can think of an ecosystem function that requires our presence, I would like to hear about it. Circumstantial and fossil evidence indicates that even when human numbers were small, the fires, animal drives, and plant preferences had harmful effects. Ecosystem resilience absorbed early human impacts, but now with more than seven billion of us, the impacts are simply overwhelming earth ecosystems. Livestock? Earth could tolerate a few domestic beasts, but not the billions we have now.”
On this post:
Animals are dying off 1,000 times FASTER now that humans are present
Man is the enemy of this planet, Mother Nature was doing just fine before we came along and totally upset the delicate balance.
It makes me think how right I was when I made this meme.
The sooner we become extinct, the planet will recover. Our pesence will be for future life forms to discover our stupidy.
And, my guess is, they will make the same mistakes again.