We have evolved,

Just not emotionally.

Our evolution has taken us from the most basic microorganism to the top of the food chain. We have grown to not o ly be the apex predator on the planet in comparison but we have grown to be so “apex” we take ourselves out.

It is said that if you remove the house fly from existence the world would quickly collapse into a barren wasteland void of life, but if you eliminate humans the…

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