Im gonna be selfish and say cure allergies namely garlic allergies.
There's a major question of why do people in the industrialized world get allergies but people in non-industrialized nations don't. The major explanation is the hygeine hypothesis. The type of antibody responsible for allergic reactions is immunoglobulin epsilon (IgE). Normally, it's IgE's responsibility to handle parasitic infections. The hygeine hypothesis suggests that we get allergies when IgE has absolutely nothing to attack and gets bored so it starts attacking anything. There've been case studies that find people with serious allergies who lose the allergy when they get a parasite with similar chemicals to the allergic agent.You'll have to explain how this helps.
Of course, if you got rid of death, you'd also have to get rid of reproduction (since the ecology would collapse in a few months if death did not exist but reproduction was still in effect). You'd also have to get rid of the need to eat, since every time we eat someone, it means that something else (a plant or animal) had to die.Death.
If there were no animals here in the first place, from whence did animals spring? Why do vegans manage to stay alive?I disagree. If there were no other animals, the ecology would cease to function and humanity would go extinct.
Earth has been around a lot longer than humans have. Even with our technology, there isn't much we could do to outright destroy Earth's life-bearing capacity.incorrect, its called biodiversity without it there would be no humans or any other animal for that reason. Not only that but without humans, Earth wouldn't be on its way to a destined Flaming pile of shit
You'd be surprised what it takes to kill the human race. Historically it's never happened before.No species is more important than another, we all rely on each other for one reason or another. You'd be surprised how quickly humans would become extinct without other animals on the planet.
It's not just food we gain from other animals. Animals and plants live and function with a dependance on each other. Without animals, there wouldn't be any rotting meat to fuel the earth for plant growth. Without animals, there wouldnt be a strong source of carbon dioxide to fuel plants. As for where they came from? It doesn't matter in this argument. It's known that the first of the animals came as single-cell organisms, but there are many theorys surrounding their come to being. The point is, animals and plants (humans included) are dependant on each other.If there were no animals here in the first place, from whence did animals spring? Why do vegans manage to stay alive?
Earth has been around a lot longer than humans have. Even with our technology, there isn't much we could do to outright destroy Earth's life-bearing capacity.
Besides, what good is the Earth to us if we didn't exist?
You'd be surprised what it takes to kill the human race. Historically it's never happened before.