Technology or Death

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Technology or Death Since the 1850’s and the start of the industrial revolution humanity has quickly gained a high level of technology. For years, they advanced without knowing the disturbance they are causing to the environment by gaining technology so fast. Three authors found in “Interconnections”, by Lea Clark, discuss pollution and other ecological affects. The first author, Thomas Palmer, refutes the idea that humans have become the ruiners of the planet so to speak. …

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…are going to consume all of our precious resources we need to carry on as a species. Bailey is probably a very depressed person. He thinks ! that we as, as a species, are the worst things that could ever happen to the earth. But, it was intriguing to read. I think Baldwin had the most logical reasoning. It would be very hard for us to live without all the technology we use today. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ **Bibliography**