I have always wondered. If the Universe is infinitely expanding, what in the world is it expanding into? It is expanding into what was there before the big bang, but what exactly is that? Nothing? Explain how literally having nothing exist is even like, possible. And then, Millions (or billions? Im not sure.) of years after the universe was created, random rocks and mixtures of many elements formed this planet. At first, our home planet was nothing but lava and rock. But time went by, and by some coincidence water just appeared and our planet was all of the sudden able to support life? The little bacteria and amoeba sort things under the water just hanging there one day just decided to "go for the gold" and just move to land? Then, some how these other animals were able to form. Big, small, tiny, and of course, the original, microscopic organisms. Animals taller than the trees and plants that grew on this now lush planet, animals that could fly, animals that could breathe water and air! How did all of this come from nothing? Species were created, species died out, and suddenly these "intelligent" creatures were created. While this species changed and evolved through billions of years, they still kept the same instincts for survival. Our earth was a happy, healthy place. But today, it is different. War, pollution, destroying of habitats. Yeah, there is ground-breaking technology, but you are destroying the earth without even taking a second to think about it. Holes are being burned in the atmosphere, toxic waste is being released into the waterways "by accident", people are being killed by ruthless terrorists. What has our peaceful, beautiful world turned into? What have humans done?
Why are we destroying the planet?