Laughing Libra asked in Environment · 1 decade ago

Should governments not interfer with Nature's efforts to stablize population and let viruses take their?

course? After all humans are helping through their wars over resources, green house emissions and taxing resources. Why not get through the mass deaths sooner than later?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    i dont think that the governments could prevent a worldwide viral epidemic...if it happens, there may be nothing that could be done anyway.

    relating to your question over "getting the mass deaths over sooner than later".

    i think that one has to hope that people would want to protect the world from catastrophes.

    maybe in reality this isnt true...often times selfishness and greed get in the way.

  • 1 decade ago

    So do you want nature to decide what people will die, or do you want to do that yourself? Of course governments etc must do everything in their power to save human lives, anything else would be a crime against humanity.

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