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Finite Oceans.

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Introduction

Finite Oceans

Over a long period of time, us human have damaged and caused many severe problems to our mother earth. You might not have realized it, but the conditions of the earth are a lot worse than it was centuries ago. We are constantly creating all kind of synthetic chemicals or molecules that last forever. We don’t need lasting things because humans don’t last forever.

        Another problem that humans have caused is the creation organal halogens such as Morex (pesticide), DDT (insect repellant), and Agent Orange (herbicide). Disinfectants and bleachers are halogens that also cause problems.  Examples include: Florine, Chlorine, Bromine, and Adenine.

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        Over the past few years, we’ve tried to find the perfect solution for the problems we’ve caused. For example, instead of using synthetic molecules, we can use “starch products” as an alternative. These starch products are more environmentally friendly since they don’t last forever. They will eventually deteriorate.

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Conclusion

        In conclusion, all this damage we have caused changed our environment drastically. If we do not take good care of our earth, everything will be destroyed before we know it. The fish in oceans will be killed if we continue to spill pollutants or create dangerous pollutants. We must think of the consequences before we do anything that will affect the earth. By doing so, we can avoid all the mistakes we have done and prevent them from happening again. If we take good care of our earth, we can all live in a clean and healthy environment.

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