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The continued functioning of natural systems?
eradication that current policy envisions and may permit, acatastrophic threshold or tipping point with global repercussionswill almost certainly be crossed
.Dinoflagellates such as
, which produce catastrophicoutbreaks of red-tide in marine environments, constitute quintessen-tial real-world examples of organisms that induce calamity by theirproduction of wastes.And they manage to inflict such populationdisasters even as they physically-occupy less than 2/1000
of onepercent of apparently "vast amounts of open space" that appear toremain theoretically available to them(a set of conditions perhapsworth noting since our own species exhibits an extraordinarily sim-ilar pattern of behavior). Unfortunately, however, our own speciesdoes not confine itself to releasing only our biological, cellular, andmetabolic wastes into our surroundings. Instead, we supplement ourbiological wastes, in a way that is utterly unprecedented in the his-tory of life on earth, with billions of tons of societal and industrialwastes, so that we may be embarked upon a trajectory that is notonly worse than that of red-tide dinoflagellates - but is multiple or-ders of magnitude worse at that.Featuring the population numbers and realities that today's enor-mous and rising generations of under-20s have a need and a right toknow about the crowded, damaged, and debilitated world that to-day’s ruling elites are about to hand them.
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