|Re: What would you do?|
Subject: Re: What would you do?
by CantaExigo on 2010/2/14 1:11:22
I disagree. Recall that plants germinate from roots and herbivores tend to eat only the leaves, and tend to reproduce asexually when they are threatened in terms of population. In short, The plants would not go extinct, there would still be patches here and there, just not enough for a large population of herbivores to survive on. The herbivores would die in number before the plants do, and establish an equilibrium.
However, even if what you said is right, take a look at the big picture. The herbivores are extinct, and the plants are extinct. And what of all the other life forms on the planet? Eventually, the ecosystem occupied by these species will be replaced by others. Nature balances itself again
I'm sorry you feel this way, but I'm not surprised. In fact, you've never really demonstrated any interest in listening to me at all, since every time you respond to something I say, it's usually a short, curt dismissal that doesn't really contribute anything except the notion that you disagree.
I hope you don't take any offense, I would still like to be able to chat with you on casual topics, but when I engage in discussion, I really aim to have people rip out my throat and show me just where I'm wrong (Not just have people say that I'm wrong, then refuse to give any argument whatsoever). For example, in trying to keep up with KTC, I've already learned so much more from trying to argue against her than I would if I just sat here assuming that I was right.
But perhaps after some rest, you'll change your mind