As the majestic bark came crashing down, its thunderous descent was met by the scampering of furry animals. Creatures of the sky squawked in anger as they flapped to yet another abode.
A galaxy away, Captain Toremia studied the humans as they willfully chipped away at their planet.
“Sir, do we intervene?”
“No, we intervene only when those who commit a folly, do so in ignorance,” Toremia paused.
“These humans know the consequences of their actions. They have some of the best scientists and researchers….and even if we were to show them what miserable future awaits…well…as they’ve proven time and time again, it’s all about ulterior motives and selfish self-interests to those in power.”
Toremia had observed many planets over the centuries, but the humans had always disappointed him. However, it wasn’t too late. He held on to the hope that the poisonous Earth of the future, wouldn’t be the legacy eventually left behind.
And so the humans were left to their own free will, their fate firmly in their own hands.
Imagine if trees gave off WiFi signals, we would be planting so many trees and we’d probably save the planet, too bad they only produce the oxygen we breathe.