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Humans will be the cause of the end of living things on earth

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Started: 2/1/2019 Category: Society
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Flakeburg6

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Let's start this debate
darling-girl

Con

We will not be the end of the earth
Debate Round No. 1
Flakeburg6

Pro

Kay, The first argument will prove is that humans developed technology such as Nuclear bombs and weapons of war. Have you seen the news. North Korea, Afghanistan, And Russia all have hidden nuclear weapons and not to mention USA. If there were to be an world war among many nations, And they were to use their secret weapons, We all know it's gone for society. There are a lot of ideas of aggression around the globe among the nations.
Another if war don't get us. Pollution will. Let me tell you why. I don't mean just the smoke that come from factories that produce items. Yeah that's bad, But I mean garbage. Even though we're doing recycling and reusing, But there are still things that can not be recycled that are harmful to the every man such as cigarettes, Strophe, And Plastic bags that produce toxins in to the ground and make it harmful to the every man. It's now making animals such as birds and sea animals endangered and Soon we won't find places to put the garbage, That we use and it will be filled everywhere.
darling-girl

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darling-girl forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
Flakeburg6

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Aw man i was loking frward to this debate
darling-girl

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darling-girl forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by K_Michael_Tolman 3 years ago
K_Michael_Tolman
The title of the debate is "end of living things. "
So even if all multicellular life and the majority of one-celled organisms went extinct, Human actions STILL wouldn't have actually caused the "end of living things on earth. "
It would be fair to say that humans are becoming the next mass extinction event, And I definitely don't support pollution.
Posted by Flakeburg6 3 years ago
Flakeburg6
However Look at the argument, Trash is already killing marine life. Manatees, Fishs, Rare animals are all getting affected by the pollution that humans are getting spreaded
Posted by Flakeburg6 3 years ago
Flakeburg6
Nah, You right about the bacteria will still be there, But I mean like humans will be destoryed
Posted by K_Michael_Tolman 3 years ago
K_Michael_Tolman
Sure, Just ignore my argument because it's in the comments.
Posted by K_Michael_Tolman 3 years ago
K_Michael_Tolman
Almost certainly wrong. Even in the current worst case scenario, Nuclear apocalypse, Humans and the majority of animals and plants at least will be eliminated. However, Bacteria, Which is already living in unimaginably harsh conditions, Would for the most part survive. Anaerobic bacteria have even survived trips to the moon, Traveling through a vacuum, And withstanding the radiation, Heat, And cold of space, And reentry.
Moreover, The resulting radiation would propagate more mutation, Increasing the likelihood of more complex organisms re-evolving, Assuming that no multi-cellular organisms survived, Which is still in question as well. Much of deep-sea life may not be affected at all.
Posted by MacWorth 3 years ago
MacWorth
This is probably true.
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