Nuclear energy: the only solution to the energy problem and global warming
When humanity looks back on the few centuries of capitalism, it will be immediately apparent that a particular economic and social system, into which history led first Europe and then the rest of the world, not only hijacked myriad resources of limited supply, without concern for their longevity, but also disposed of the waste products in a careless way, destined to greatly diminish the livability of the planet. This global human process that will have occupied no more than the blink of a geological eye may yet prove to have made living conditions immeasurably more difficult for humans, as well as for other animals and plant life, for a much longer duration than the destructive process itself -- perhaps many millennia. These conditions will, if they come to pass, faintly echo the hostile world environment tens of millions of years ago, long before the very appearance of humanity on the world stage. The thorough elimination of such a system, by the vast majority of humanity who suffer at its hands, cannot occur too soon for the sake of the human species.