Why is human life decreasing from generation to generation?
BelaynehKassaWubie | June 19, 2010 at 03:51 amby
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Currently, although life expectancy vary depending on various factors such as race, life style location, wealth, culture, etc, it is rare that the average age of man exceed eighty years. Why is it?
Evolution may have its own impact to make man delicate, week and non resistant fastening her/his death but the main reason is technology. Environmental pollution, global warming, deforestation, etc, are factors brought about by technology contributing for a shorten life. Fertilizers, vehicles as transport, industrial food products, etc, are another factors reducing human life.
In short, although technologies such as medication, pharmaceuticals, etc, increase human life, its negative impact upon human life outweighs its positive impact.
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