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Would the World Still Thrive Without Human Impact?
The world would not thrive without human intervention.
Nature would descend into chaos without human controls.
Vast areas of the natural habitat would be destroyed without human intervention to prevent forest fires and similar catastrophes.
Humans are only animals with potential to counteract extinction level events and above.
The world would be over-run with disease without human knowledge and assistance.
The world actually does not care and has reinvented itself numerous times. DNA finds a way to go on.
It did thrive long before we existed and will continue to do so regardless of humanity's possible existence.
Without human intervention, nature would be able to revitalize and replenish itself on a more natural and sustainable basis.
Human intervention causes far more damage to nature and world resources than good.
The mass destruction of species of animals and plants - including the mass murders of humans - would not exist.
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