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Human And Nature In A Constant War For Centuries. Eventually Nature Will Win

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When the first human came to earth, the longest conflict ever has started between human and nature. Human are consuming nature’s benefit for centuries. They use animals for works or to get meat, milk, honey etc. It is not wrong to use natural things; however, damaging to nature when doing these activites is an invitation of war. Although, people may be living longer and more healthily than in the past, there is only one winner of this war due to nature’s unmatchable power and human’s tendency to harm themselves. The nature will be the indubitable victor of this war.
The first main point of why the nature will be the winner of this constant war is human’s power cannot compare with power ...view middle of the document...

These kind of chemical and biological bombs has a lot of bad effects on the human and nature. ICAN (international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons) sources record that atomic bomb which was exploded in Hiroshima had the same explosion power with 15.000 tones TNT. The explosion has killed over 140.000 people and has destroyed most of buildings in the city. The bomb rose rate of chronic disease and cancer risk significantly. Majority of nurses has dead after attack. For this reason injured people could not receive a treatment and they died in pain. Besides, Hiroshima is not only where at atomic bomb was dropped. Thus, thousands of miserable people were affected from high level radiation around the world. These informations demonstrate that people kill each other in a roundabout way and humankind going to end step by step.
On the other hand, some people think that humankind will win this war with technology. They trust some scientists’ studies which asserts immortality. Some scientists claim that people can live long time by using the food stuffs which humankind produced with advanced technology, without using the food stuffs of nature. They trying to find solutions about this point without any source of nature. Scientists are working on some medical stuffs which minimize senesce even provide becoming younger by stimulating hormones with some auxiliary chemicals and reinforcing immune system. However, their solutions functionless against natural sources. Tufts University (2013) notes that fish is a very beneficial nutritional source in terms of omega-3. Fish provides a healthy life because it has low rate of calorie. According to...


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