It is not often that I even care to write about anything with relations to animals. For the most part, I care more about matters of God, or matters of humans than I do about matters of animals. Usually, the lowest creation I will consider talking about is the actual planet whenever I discuss climate change. But I suppose this article sort of connects to climate change as well in some ways, at least with the fictitious notion that we are killing our planet.
Recently, two previously-thought extinct creatures were discovered. On the Galapagos Island of Fernandina, a giant tortoise, which was last seen more than 100 years ago (1906, more specifically) was discovered.
This tortoise was found to be a female tortoise, is believed to be more than 100 years old (roughly the life expectancy of a giant tortoise) and other tracks and scents were also found near her, which might belong to other members of her species, indicating she may not be alone.
The other creature that was recently found is perhaps the only creature I would be willing to advocate for its extinction. The Wallace’s Giant Bee (the nightmarish creature is seen right below), named after Alfred Russel Wallace, who discovered the species in 1958 and was last seen in 1981 also was found in Indonesia.
The Wallace’s Giant Bee, according to CBS News, is around 1.5 inches long and has a 2.5 inch wingspan. Unsurprisingly, LiveScience dubbed this bee a “nightmare bee”.
The giant tortoise was discovered by an expedition by the Giant Tortoise Restoration Initiative (GTRI) and Satan’s bee (as I shall call it henceforth) was discovered, oddly enough, by a conservation photographer who had been trying to find this bee for 20 years.
I don’t know about you, but the only way I’d be willing to spend 20 years looking for a nightmare bee is if my mission were to, upon finding it alive, kill it with fire. Just bring a flamethrower with me and burn the nightmare fuel of a creature along with the nest it was found in, collateral damage be damned.
Of course, since it is a bee, it might not necessarily be immediately hostile like wasps are, but still. One look at this thing and I can’t help but want to kill it off.
In any case, let’s get down to the reason I am even talking about this at all. As the title suggests, I am adamant in explaining the simple fact that nature always finds a way.
Beyond the fact-less narratives of the Left when it comes to climate change, it is simply a ludicrous thought that humanity could cause harm to the climate this much, even when it “tries” to do the opposite (I put that word in quotation marks because it’s clear to me countries still participating in the Paris Climate Accord don’t actually care about the environment if their CO2 emissions are still as bad as they are).
Man has the power to do a lot of evil and a lot of damage, but not this much, not without nuclear weapons.
In a previous article, I talked about how if you tasked me with destroying the planet without nuclear weapons, I would not be able to. Despite however much gas we may be emitting, the polar ice caps aren’t melting like Al Gore and the other idiots are telling us. You need only think of the time when TWO ships were stranded in the South Pole back in 2014 to see how bogus of an argument that is. Those ships were stranded because the assumption was that there was less ice in the area than there actually was.
Not to mention that if you look at an image of the planet in a time lapse, you can see the ice caps GROWING not receding.
So whatever damage the Left says we are doing to the planet is simply not true. Which is why I would not be able to destroy the planet without nukes. What is thought to be destroying the planet now is certainly not doing it, so how else would I be able to?
But even if you do want to continue with the notion that we are destroying the planet, or at least not doing our best to help it, the fact is that nature still finds a way to survive.
Look at Chernobyl as an example. The Chernobyl disaster occurred on April 26th, 1986, with subsequent evacuations happening over the next few days (not immediately because communism).
I won’t go into detail about the level of radiation that was released by the accident because it’s a lot of technical words that might confuse some people, but there was a lot of radiation that was released.
All that we really need to know about this is that Live Science says that the region surrounding the nuclear power plant won’t be habitable for humans for at least 20,000 years. Which, I honestly find odd because they also say that “thriving populations of wolves, deer, lynx, beaver, eagles, boar, elk, bears and other animals have been documented in the dense woodlands that now surround the silent plant.”
Of course, this isn’t to say that people literally can’t go there, since my 8th grade science professor actually went there but literally had to burn the clothes he wore on his trip. Still, I don’t suggest anyone try and live in the area any time soon.
In any case, my point is that Chernobyl currently has “thriving populations” of different kinds of animals with minimal signs of radiation effects apart from a few stunted trees. Aside from that, if you look at pictures of Chernobyl, you will find a lot of areas where nature is growing even inside some buildings.
So despite the terrible radioactive accident of Chernobyl, nature found a way to survive the radioactive area. Despite our CO2 emissions, nature finds a way to get HEALTHIER. And despite whatever else we may be doing to nature, long-thought-extinct creatures can pop up again.
Now, I doubt we’ll ever see a dodo bird again, much as I would love to see one, but nature always finds a way to survive because nature’s God is the one in control. He gets to decide what animal survives, what animal thrives and what animal dies.
He gets to decide what happens to the polar ice caps. He gets to decide what happens in the event of nuclear accidents (or even nuclear war).
The thought that man can destroy the planet stems from unbelief in God, who controls the planet and the universe. This particularly is among the reasons I seriously doubt Pope Francis’ faith. He supposedly believes in God, who created the universe, but does not believe God is currently in control of the climate of the planet? He believes man can do anything to override whatever God does or wants?
What sort of faith is that?
God is the one who decides that the giant tortoise is still around. He is the one that decides that Wallace’s Giant Bee is still around (for a reason that currently escapes me, but I won’t question Him).
So nature always finds a way solely because God is the one who dictates what happens in nature and the way it works. It is asinine to claim we are killing the planet when A) there’s no actual evidence to support that and B) we don’t have the power to override God’s work.
Again, the only way I can see to destroy the planet (and even then, the planet would still be around, but most humans and animals likely wouldn’t be) is through the use of nuclear weapons. And like I said, God still dictates what would happen even if humanity foolishly were to destroy itself.
1 Chronicles 29:11
“Yours, O Lord, is the greatness and the power and the glory and the victory and the majesty, for all that is in the heavens and in the earth is yours. Yours is the kingdom, O Lord, and you are exalted as head above all.”
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