|Re: What would you do?|
Subject: Re: What would you do?
by CantaExigo on 2010/2/13 1:15:06
I have yet to see an exception such as that. Even if they aren't broken down, organisms will grow around them, on them, with them.
Uh uh uh! We're not talking about animal species being unbalanced. We're talking about nature being unbalanced. I never said that animal species couldn't be thrown out of balance, they most certainly can. Nature itself and nature as a whole, is always balanced.
That's right. And this would mimic the very conditions that started earth in the first place. The atmosphere would not have existed, noxious gases would form an atmosphere, oxygen would be released as a byproduct from the bacteria, and the atmosphere would be reformed, giving rise to new organisms. There are organisms that can survive temperatures well above boiling point of water, and natural selection will allow these organisms to thrive in a world where the ozone layer has been removed, only to eventually replenish it several million years later.
An excellent illustration of how nature itself is indestructible by man.