I didn't realize there are edgelords among professional writers:
The basic few key points you can get from the article by the above writer is:
- Humanity growth is correlated to decline in biodiversity
- Fewer people means less pollution and more biodiversity, which you can hear from one quote in Avengers: Endgame
- Avengers are the villains from mother nature's perspective because they put the grief of the survivors above the health of mother nature
- There's mass extinction events in Earth's history but life bounced back everytime. Thanos' snap may not have been that bad
Although the writer did mention one thing - Thanos should've targeted overconsumption instead of overpopulation, so maybe there's an element of truth in that specific opinion.
YOUR opinion? Discuss