I’m pretty serious about this mutation, it will really start to add… extraordinary features to the regular average fish. In this article, the BP Oil Spill Aftermath, by the Gizmodo site, shows how an oil spill that happened around a year ago, effects the physical features of the average sea creatures making them even look more vivid looking creatures.
To tell you the truth, I might be exaggerating the part where fish takes a huge leap for evolution. Instead, sea creatures actually take a huge leap towards deformation.
That’s right. Now for the past couple of years, our pollution has been finally effecting the environment, specifically species of this earth, and now we have solid proof of it. Fishermen have found out that many sea creatures have examples of deformation like missing eyes, defects on their gills, and even holes in the shells of crabs, and the list goes on. And when the environment is in most need of our people to undo our environemtal mistakes, but what does the government do? Nothing, because they just don’t want to admit their pollution has been finally violating one of their own rights as humans.
Even though it might bring shame and dishonor if they went to go clean it up, meaning it was their fault it was there, just at least help the earth that has once raised men.
It’s a strange reason, yes, and it’s also a nuisance for people who really care. But I also have to give some slack to their government, because they must be so busy with everything else, and just can’t come and clean up the messes they’ve made. It’s almost like a child, refusing to clean up after his or her toys.
Though, this exciting event really brings out a lot of questions for FDA, EPA, and NOAAs on just how one oil spill effects a huge amount of the fish population. What were they polluting? Why were they even polluting, in the first place? Or was it because of the mixtures of past oil spills happening in the area? And why can’t they just clean it up? If we knew answers to these questions, maybe we would be able to clean up this gulf and help the environment for once. Maybe we can even fix the problems they had done to these sea creatures with defects on them.
This may should pretty untrue, or just unbelievable to think about. That for once, someone has actually polluted our waters, and that person isn’t doing anything about it. Are we just going against our own beliefs, about our environment? Or against our earth? Why can’t we just clean it up? Are humans that ignorant of their pride?
When I read about this, the first thing that popped into my mind was the movie Simpsons, and that crazy foretelling that Grandpa Simpson keep calling out, “EPA, EPA, EPA, EPA!!!” I just wished that our people today were exactly like the people in the movie, even though they all seem like really silly idiots. At least they cleaned up their environment, until one part of the movie… Or at least the EPA cooperation did something to prevent Springfield’s pollution to not spread.
I’ve always kept thinking about this, and now I would really like to share it. I always seem to think, us humans, are the most dominant or most powerful race of this earth. But none other creature, not a bird, or lizard, or ape, conquers us. If we had the power, tiny as the fish, and the fish were the dominant, we would see through they’re eyes. And they could be polluting our air to breathe, we would eventually have breathing problems or die, or become defected, or deformed, or more of imperfection. And there’s nothing we can really do about it, because we are not the dominant. And if the dominant had cared about us, then there’s a chance they might not worry about us, and don’t even care about us. And maybe they actually eat us, just how we eat them.