- Posted October 17, 2012 by
ENVIRONMENTAL CHAGES ARE THE BASIS OF EVOLUTION. STOPPING OR CONTROLLING IT IS A HUGE CRIME.
STOPPING OR CONTROLLING IT IS A HUGE CRIME.
There is nothing like environmental damages but all are changes only. These changes are the basis of evolution. Due to any construction no creatures will go for suicide and all of them will adapt to the new surroundings and that is evolution. Guess that our fore fathers kept all environments intact for 50000 years, and the result? No evolution could happen! (We people should be living in jungles with a tail!). Then we surely would curse our forefathers for their crime against us, The same way our grand kids will curse us for keeping the environment without changes. In fact there is nothing like environmental damages but changes only, which is an essential part of EVOLUTION PROCESS. Human beings or any living organisms cannot make any damages or changes to any basic environments in the whole planet, where the environment itself is subjected to change in due course / over time (ex: Three Gorges dam). When living creatures make their own new living, the old environment will naturally changes, new one will take place and this process will go on until the end of life remain on this planet. Again by all aspect/means/faces the environment is subjected to change in every moments, the old environments always give way to new ones and it is the major part of evolution. No agencies are allowed to restrict the evolution. Human beings are not supposed to keep old environments, but always to make their own. All the material on earth are natural or derived from nature. When equating Nature to Environment, the ultimate change in the equation is virtually impossible when the Nature has its own mechanism to repair or fix it as a process of fixed Natural equations. The major environmental changes occur due to natural disasters (natural process/way but we call disaster) such that volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tornadoes, storms, flood, avalanche, draught, famine (crop failure, overpopulation, or government policies) , blizzards, heat wave, landslides, drifts, wildfires, epidemics, nuclear / outer space radiations/gravitational complexities, huge meteoroids etc.... Those changes are temporary, a mild new one takes place and this evolution started from the beginning of the planet and will continue until end. There are no evidences yet any CO2 emissions made environmental changes or done global warming, Ozone layer damage etc… instead through the scientific point of view CO2 is the base of life on the planet. 80% of all CO2 produced on earth would be absorbed by seawater which is very essential for sea life in other words the sea will become barren without sufficient CO2. CO2 is very necessary for plants to make CHO or food for all the living organisms on land and up to a certain extent for sea life too. In other words we need more CO2. When looking into facts that the temperature at 5 miles above us is less than -60 degree Centigrade, the CO2 which reaches will become dry ice and will come back to earth. As we know the Freon gas is very heavy and unable to reach heights, it cannot make any holes in Ozone layer, instead it goes to sea, and moreover it is an inert gas too (it was only a hypothesis without any evidences that there were holes in Ozone layer).
1. The aggregate of surrounding things, conditions, or influences; surroundings; milieu.
a : The complex of physical, chemical, and biotic factors (as climate, soil, and living things) that act upon an organism or an ecological community and ultimately determine its form and survival.
b : The aggregate of social and cultural conditions that influence the life of an individual or community
2. Ecology: the air, water, minerals, organisms, and all other external factors surrounding and affecting a given organism at any time.
3. The social and cultural forces that shape the life of a person or a population.
Environment (biophysical) is the physical and biological factors along with their chemical interactions that affect an organism. The biophysical environment is the biotic and abiotic surrounding of an organism, or population, and includes particularly the factors that have an influence in their survival, development and evolution. The naked term environment can make reference to different concepts, but it is often used as a short form for the biophysical environment. This practice is common, for instance, among governments that usually name their departments and agencies dealing with the biophysical environment with denominations like Environment Agency. There is an infinite quantity of environments, because we can always consider an additional living organism, that has its own environment, never the less when we use the expression "the environment" we are talking about the global environment, and usually as referred to humanity. The scope of the biophysical environment is all that contained in the biosphere, which is that part of the Earth in which all life occurs. A biophysical environment is the complex of biotic, climatic, and edaphic factors that act upon an organism and determine its form and survival, and morphs itself in the process. Ecosystems, of which there are numerous types and are a defined part of the biosphere, collectively make up the whole of the biosphere. Within an ecosystem, there are habitats in which an organism (including human beings) exists. At its most natural state, an environment would lack any effects of human activity, although the scale of this activity is such that all areas of the Earth have had at least some influence by humans. At the other end of the scale is the built environment and in some cases it has the biotic component that is virtually absent. The biophysical environment can vary in scale from microscopic to global in extent. They can also be subdivided according to their attributes. Some examples may be the marine environment, the atmospheric environment and the terrestrial environment.
Life/environment interaction: Life has to be adapted to its environment conditions (and vice versa). Temperature, light, humidity, soil nutrients, etc…, all this has an influence in the species that can inhabit a particular environment. However, life is not passive, and its activity modifies in various forms the environment conditions. Some long-term modifications along the history of our planet have been dramatic, like the incorporation of oxygen to the atmosphere. The process consisted in the breakdown of carbon dioxide by anaerobic microorganisms that used the carbon in their metabolism, and released the oxygen to the atmosphere and thanks to this, plant and animal life, that need oxygen, could emerge (Great oxygenation event). Other interactions are more immediate and simple, like the effect that forest trees have in the smoothing of the temperature cycle, compared to non-protected neighboring areas. Trees humidify the atmosphere too. However trees are not a part of rain making process.
Environmental science: Environmental science is the study of the interactions within the biophysical environment. Part of this scientific discipline is the investigation of the effect of human activity on the environment. Ecology, a sub-discipline of biology and a part of environmental sciences, is often mistaken as a study of human induced effects on the environment. Environmental studies are a broader academic discipline that is the systematic study of interaction of humans with their environment. It is a broad field of study that includes the natural environment, built environments and social environments. Environmentalism is a broad social and philosophical movement that, in a large part, seeks to minimize or eliminate the effect of human activity on the biophysical environment which makes no sense. The issues of concern for environmentalists usually relate to the natural environment with the more important ones being climate change, varghesephilATymailDOTcom