The amount of space junk around Earth has hit a critical point


There are almost 30,000 man-made objects orbiting Earth. Many are tiny pieces of rockets and satellites, while others are completely dead satellites not in use anymore. All of them pose risks to other spacecraft and satellites — and as access to space becomes more affordable, the risk of a chain reaction of satellites crashing into one another will continue to increase.

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  1. This world is curtesy of the Europeans and has a history of destroying and destruction that if you research covers most areas from warfare to massacres from pollution to displacement of many environments, Any species that over populates staves dies and what's left repopulates to start again, but where once you could say that ' they ' will is no longer available due to globalization and each part of the world operating as the same, thus separation is not available for human future only all, We Europeans have corrupted each other people to live as we do, thus pollution is worldwide instead of only locally, you have decided to show your children how to die, the planet will get hotter as more heat is reflected to the ground my orbiting rubbish, but as the obit fills up closing off light the heat will turn into cold due to light being blocked off as orbiting rubbish increases turning the planet into a frozen zone unable to process light into plant material creating a dead frozen rubbish tip.

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