As we studied the earth systems and the natural disasters caused by them, I learned that each and every system is connected with each other. Either by small things such as the Atmosphere providing air for organisms to breath in the biosphere or really meaningful stuff such as tectonic plates moving, causing natural disasters that could affect both the biosphere and atmosphere. This understanding of how they can relate and change as well as affect each other, can help us not only understand a bit of how nature works and how we are all connected but also how to prevent, and protect ourselves. Knowing that tsunami are caused by earthquakes, we can predict a tsunami is coming before it has even hit, making us aware of the situation and finding safety quicker. Furthermore, since we know how the natural disasters happen, we can try our best effort in avoiding them and in term help the earth systems. For example protecting the cryosphere from melting by greenhouse gases caused by C02 emissions (most famously known as vehicle emissions). This both helps the earth and prolongs our time that we share with it. This however, makes me question: If we are all connected, then would the earth's death mean the death of the universe? Also What would happen if we added a new sphere, how would everything else interact with it? In this project I really like learning new things I didn't knew and enjoyed our discussions about the spheres and how everything revolved on everyone.
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