Environmental Damage

Is the world in worse condition than it was 100 years ago?

The simple, and undeniable answer to this question is yes.

The next question we should ask ourselves is “What should we do about it?”

We constantly hear about the “climate change” theory, in which our earthly climate is supposedly getting warmer due to the use of fossil fuels.

There are hundreds of studies looking into this hypothesis, along with many multimillion-dollar organizations fighting to change our weather, but none of them point out the obvious facts.

Some people believe that the earth will become uninhabitable in the foreseeable future, and although that statement may be true in some ways, we should not refer to this as an effect of climate change, but rather environmental damage.

In observable reality, we can clearly see that the Earth’s environment has drastically been changed in negative ways.

Since the year 1900, nearly 500 species of animals have gone extinct; there are countless other animal species that are struggling to maintain a presence still to this day.

Poaching (illegal hunting), expansion of urban areas, and industrial production are all major contributors hurting the Earth’s wildlife habitats.

Instead of helping the ecosystem, which we are blessed to have, we are destroying it through mindless consumerism, and careless waste.

The impact of plastic waste, and chemical pollution on the environment should be the number one issue of concern.

Anyone who supports saving the planet should unite around ending harmful chemical and plastic production immediately.

90% of all man-made plastic isn’t recycled, so the majority of this plastic ends up in landfills, in our air (from being burned), in our forests, and in our ocean (from litter).

Fun fact: Incineration of plastic waste in an open field is responsible for a huge percentage of air pollution.

The plastics industry wants to pretend that burning plastic is the solution, so they can keep making more and more plastic forever.

High income countries generate more plastic waste per person, and most of the plastic that ends up in the ocean comes from low income countries.

People clearly cannot handle this much plastic, but the fact remains that they are nearly forced to buy plastic throughout their lives due to corporate businesses who care more about profit than anything else.

Since the 1950s, about 18 trillion pounds of plastic has been produced worldwide, which is equivalent to the size of 25,000 Empire State Buildings.

Each year, about 8 million tons of that plastic ends up in our oceans.

A single plastic bottle can last over 450 years in the ocean.

After the 2020 Covid scam, over 2 billion masks ended up in the ocean.

Micro plastics, which are small plastic particles that can be ingested through water, food, or the air, are also causing havoc on Earth’s living organisms.

It is estimated that well over 80% of all people have micro plastic particles in their bodies.

Due to a lack of funding, there is little research that looks into the full effects of micro plastics, but we now know for a fact that BPA, along with PET (found in most common plastic items) actually cause cancer and heart disease.

Read more about these chemicals here: Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

While all living things are being damaged by plastics, people are also experiencing a massive increases of sickness, disease, birth defects, and overall poor health from the food they eat.

The majority of our food supply has been reduced to genetically modified organisms, or crops that are grown with harmful chemical fertilizers, and dangerous pesticides.

Crop spraying “safe for human consumption”.

At the same time, pharmaceutical medicine is having a devastating environmental impact on people, animals, and microorganisms.

Pharmaceuticals have an unanticipated and vastly understudied effects on the environment.

High traces of pharmaceuticals are found in the environment of 71 countries across the globe — mainly in surface waters, such as lakes and rivers, but also in groundwater, soil, manure, and even drinking water.

The worst drugs (such as antibiotics, antidepressants, anti-inflammatories, analgesics, beta-blockers, oral contraceptives, and hormone replacement therapies) have a very high potential to affect wildlife or people who have never even taken these drugs themselves.

Pharmaceuticals are getting into the environment in three main ways:

1.) Most of the drugs found in the environment have been ingested by people or animals, and are subsequently excreted in urine or feces.

Between 30% and 90% of the active ingredient in an oral dose is not absorbed by the body.

The metabolites of many drugs can remain active in the environment long after being excreted.

2.) When people don’t finish a prescription, or clean out their medicine cabinet by flushing leftover drugs down the sink or toilet.

These drugs end up in sewage treatment plants, which are not generally designed to remove pharmaceuticals from wastewater.

Depending on the drug, removal rates range from around 20% to 80%.

3.) Some drug manufacturing facilities release active ingredients into nearby waterways, creating localized hotspots of pharmaceutical pollution.

These drugs can end up many miles downstream, and remain within bacteria for years after first contact, creating a cycle of unnatural environmental disruption.

We need learn to live with fewer pharmaceuticals by embracing proven natural home remedies.

There are over 100,000 chemicals in America that have not been adequately tested for their effects on human health.

Everything from sunscreen to lipstick, deodorant, and practically every other cosmetic item contains a long list of chemicals that are almost impossible to pronounce.

People blindly put these chemicals all over their body, and then proceed to throw away the container that still has traces of the chemicals.

Needless to say that these containers with chemical traces are plastic, and are a part of the litter that end up in our air, our water supplies, or buried in the ground.


The world is currently being abused by selfish, ignorant, and ultimately scummy corporations that do not care about anything but profits.

Our animals are dying, our air quality worsens, our waters are being tainted, and some parts of our environment are nearly beyond repair.

If we do not change our own personal habits, by consuming less, living without waste, and returning back to nature, the consequences will be grave indeed.

We should no longer stand by and watch as our world crumbles before us; we should be working to pass down a cleaner environment for the generations to come.

The world may have been given to us in poor condition by those who refused to act, but that does not mean we must do the same.

Regardless of other opinions, we should all be able to unite around cleaning the environment in both an effective and efficient way.

The climate changing has nothing to do with environmental damage caused by people.


Demand an end to all plastic and chemical production immediately.

Boycott products that are in single use plastic containers or wrapping.

Boycott non-organic products that use chemicals.

Renew, reuse, and recycle everything you can, while cleaning up trash that you find in your area.

Go green by becoming self-sufficient, and by becoming a waste-free family.

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