Fatal species: from warrior primates to planetary mass extinction
This book presents a story approaching its nadir, where a species of warrior primates destroy the delicate web of life perceived by Charles Darwin in The Origin of Species, committing a war on nature and the fastest mass extinction in the world. history of the Earth. for 65 million years, with global temperatures incinerating the biosphere by several degrees Celsius, over the course of a lifetime.
Despite this knowledge, Homo “sapiens” proceeds to transfer every accessible carbon molecule from the earth’s crust to the atmosphere and hydrosphere, an auto-da-fe ensues from the earth’s biosphere. As the amplifying responses to global warming, including fires, methane releases, melting ice and warming oceans, intensify, at a rate exceeding anything recorded in the geological past, companies devote their remaining resources to wars. These include probable nuclear wars triggered by arsenals of several thousand powerful missiles, posing an equal threat to human existence and that of many other species.
Humans, having mastered fire, which enabled them to survive extreme ice ages, emerged in the present interglacial as major civilizations coupled with significant bloodshed, known as “war”, engulfing multitudes of people. innocent but betrayed humans. Long suffering from illusions of omnipotence and omniscience, paranoid fears, a warlike state of mind, aggression towards animals and disrespect towards females, coupled with artistic excellence and As a technical genius, humans have become the victims of a tragic conflict between mind and heart, with fatal consequences.