Thinking About Copenhagen, Climate Change, Catastrophes, Human Cloning and a Simple Life
I think that people who are promoting cloning are just afraid of dying… If there is nothing that can be done to save you from death, accept it, no one was meant to live forever… keep dreaming guys, we all have to die some day… The earlier one dies the better. That way that person will no longer have to face the harsh environment that we ourselves have created (note, the type of death I am referring to is not through suicide, there are better solutions to our problems that’s all).
As for the future generation, the tasks of living a better life is not within cloning, but let’s go back to the environment for a while? How many diseases have we accumulated within the last hundred years just because of Industrialization, Bio Hazardous activities, and others? Do you think cancer developed naturally? How much has the population of obese people grown just because of the way we process the food we take in or because of the un-satisfaction these people have? How many strains of each different virus are present today? Do you think that these things would have taken place if the human beings were just satisfied with the simple things in life?
Well that’s human nature for us. WE ARE JUST PLAIN UNSATISFIED with everything that was provided to supplement our daily lives.
The real solution in my opinion, we should look back to where we have started: NATURE.
The unsatisfactory conclusion which came out of the Copenhagen Summit Conference on climate change today makes this e-mail I just received from a visitor about human cloning and living a better life even more meaningful and significant. If it is true that there is global warming that will soon negatively impact the lives of everyone living on this earth and if it is true that the cause of the warming is related to activities by those of us living on this earth then maybe we should all look to ways to live a more simpler life and work to preserve the nature into which we were born. Is this realistic or is my visitor too pessimistic? Let me know. ..Maurice.