In the 1990s article, "Is Humanity Suicidal?", Edward O. Wilson is concerned about the extinction of the human species. He believes that humanity's harsh treatment of Earth will soon have excruciating consequences. Wilson also states that the increasing industrial world is having a very consequential affect on the global environment and that it may be too much for it to handle. He insists that "the human species is an environmental abnormality," because human's negative impact
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treatment, the jobs that the different organisms have to our environment are now lost. He argues that the Earth is too complicated in order for one species to be bale to control it.
Wilson concludes that we have around 50 to 100 years to straighten out our environment and to develop different values and ways of thinking. If the human's negative impact on the Earth increases it will result in the fall of our global, industrial civilization.