The Author's Viewpoint on Man's Romance and Conversation with the Earth's Biosphere in Menschheit Und Mutter Erde
In "Menschheit und Mutter Erde", the writer, Arnold Toynbee, describes his perspective concerning man's romantic relationship and interaction with the earth's biosphere and in addition offers an insight on another development of both.
Tonybee commences with a clear definition of the word biosphere. The biosphere can be defined as staying the layer of the earth's crust, normal water and air, which surrounds our planet. Following this definition, he highlights that our biosphere is very small when compared to diameter of the planet earth or other dimensions inside our solar program or the universe. Until now, it is the simply habitable place for human beings in this solar program, but over the past centuries person has played the main role in the pollution and destruction of it. Which means search for other suitable biospheres inside our solar program or in additional solar systems has become of a growing importance, but by today's scientific knowledge, it appears such as this is the just biosphere in this solar system. Let's assume that there are additional habitable biospheres in the nearby solar systems and even in that one, the planets are too much away to become reached within the lifespan of a individual. And it is practically impossible to supply a ship with enough foodstuff for several generations as a way to reach these planets. Subsequently our possibilities to resolve this issue are limited by this biosphere.
Mankind gets the capability to destroy our biosphere and can inevitably do therefore within a certain time frame if the exploitation will not stop. But man cannot stop the organic procedure for decay that is because of the