…by R. Teichmann
It is a well-known fact in biology that pressures of an existential nature on a species result in two possible outcomes. The first outcome is that the species evolves. It adapts by way of biological evolution to the new conditions and survives. The second is that the species does not evolve and thus perishes. This also is the case if it evolves but the time frame is too short to complete the process. Humanity and the web of life are currently facing existential threats in very many ways. Almost all of them are manmade.
Mass extinction is already going on. Extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural “background” rate of about one to five species per year. Scientists estimate we are now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the background rate, with literally dozens going extinct every day. Though new species are also discovered the mass extinction of species is undeniable as we must assume that the most of the newly discovered species were already present but not yet known. It is thus a matter of time when a collapse of the entire web of life will occur and with it the collapse of the human species. Life will probably continue but it is highly unlikely that the species of the human being will survive this collapse.
Some of the most serious threats are:
• Radiation of the northern hemisphere resulting from the Fukushima disaster
• Poisoning of the oceans resulting from Fukushima, the Gulf Oil spill (Deepwater Horizon), the use of toxic chemicals in agriculture etc.
• Poisoning of the soil by chemicals and pesticides used in corporate agriculture and the ingredients of chemtrails
• Poisoning of the air by industrial emissions, the ingredients of chemtrails, use of depleted Uranium weapons etc.
• Poisoning of the environment with Electro Magnetic Frequencies (EMF)
• The mayhem created in the weather patterns and natural climatic cycles by environmental modification techniques (chemtrails, stratospheric geoengineering, solar radiation management) and environmental warfare
• The danger of a war involving nuclear and biological weapons
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