I believe that Mother Nature does have to change for us. "Why!? We are the ones killing her and we should be responsible! We have the power!" Here's what we know, nature will overcome any obstacle it faces and It is only a matter of time.
We are killing forests, jungles, poisoning seas, entire environments, and even genetic engineering creating things that aren't natural all for our selfish reasons. Lets face it, we can argue about saving the earth and everyone would likely agree but the majority of us still drive our gas powered cars everyday, waste water, expand business and homes onto lands that support animal and plant life.
The Ice Age for example killed off many species of life and those who did survive had to endure nature until the ice melted. We are at natures mercy. Nature has to defend itself, it has to change to stay alive especially from its greatest enemy, Humans.
Global warming at its full effect will probably claim many lives animals, plants, humans. But at the end nature will survive, it will rise from the ashes and support life once more, with or without us.
Yes, i believe nature should have to change for human beings. "Why should mother earth have to change for human beings!? We are the ones killing her! We have the power!
What we know about nature is that nothing can beat it. Nature will overcome any obstacle and it's only a matter of time.
Yes we are killing forests, jungles, poisoning the seas, and entire environments for our selfish reasons which is why nature should have to change for us... It has to defend it's right to stay alive, It has to hold its ground against its greatest enemy, Humans. Why? Because as far as we know. We won't ever change even as we argue about saving the earth. Majority of us still drive our cars, still waste water, expanding businesses and homes onto lands of animal and plant life.
Just like the ice Age, nature killed off many creatures and those who did survive had to endure nature until the ice melted. We are at natures mercy.
Global warming at its full effect will probably kill of many lives, but in the end Mother nature will survive. It will come back from the ashes and support life with or without us.
I believe it is absurd to think that nature is going to change for humanity. If anything nature is showing us that it will do as it pleases. So, to me, the first option isn't even a valid one. Regardless, I believe humanity should change for nature because this is the only planet we have right now.
Humanity should, as a rule, change for nature. In the case of global warming this is especially true. We are already seeing the effects of man's pollution over the last 100 years. The most obvious right now is that our seasons are going to get more extreme, with more very hot days in Summer, and more very snowy days in Winter.
Unfortunately for mother nature, her change is not immediate. Nature can change. In fact, nature relies on change and evolution to keep going. However, natures ability to change is limited by time. The time required to provide the changes that would be necessary to sustain the human race would require thousands of years. Humans can change within 50.
Humanity should definitely change its behavior for nature. Our actions have caused a vast amount of damage to the world. If we continue to try and bend nature to our will, we will surely suffer a terrible fate. We rely on a diverse ecosystem to sustain us and we are currently destroying it. Instead of trying to change nature we should adapt to live in balance with it.
Humanity must alter the way we think and treat our natural environments. It is not good for the planet the way we are behaving right now. Nature shouldn't have to change for us, and nature can't change for us. What is happening is we are destroying nature and our planet.