Carrying Capacity

1042 Words Jun 15th, 2018 5 Pages
Carrying Capacity “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it” (Albert Einstein). In our world today people are ignorant. Humans use their imagination too much and their brain too little. Also, people don’t do anything to solve their problems because we think nothing could go wrong, we expect others do fix everything. That is where we’re wrong. Today lots of people are saying the world won’t reach a carrying capacity, but I disagree. I think the world will reach its carrying capacity before 2100. This will happen for many reasons: Natural Disasters, Wars, too little …show more content…
This means that a lot of people are not getting the stuff they need. The rates of people who don’t get enough to eat is skyrocketing. People are becoming homeless because of competition on jobs and much more. Everything is getting more expensive and some people can’t afford what they need. The website worldhunger.org tells us about how there is enough food on this earth for everyone to get a good meal. So what’s stopping us? Greediness and expensiveness. Today we have one big problem; Natural Disasters. Everything else is kind of preventable and fixable, but not Natural Disasters, they are indomitable and inevitable. We have: Tornadoes, Tsunamis, Volcano Eruptions, Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Monsoons and much more. Global Warming has affected us too. Lots of things effect on us, but it’s not the effect it has, but how it affects our ability to get over it. When a big tornado hits and kills a lot of people, what do we do? We let it get a hold on us; fear takes over and we scramble for our only chance hope. We hide. So after a big storm happens and lots of people are killed we still don’t do the big thing. We don’t help. Some people like the Red Cross and other Organizations, help the people in need, but a lot of people still stay in their cushy lives. They don’t help them. If we can’t help them over the inevitable, than how can we help them with things we can
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