The modern world is being threatened simultaneously by social and political conflict, impoverishment, resource depletion, and environmental destruction.
The government’s report on the presence of mass weapons of destruction in Iraq is quite deceitful, in that it grossly exaggerates the available evidence.
Following the destruction of the Polish city of Warsaw in World War Two, the city was reconstructed using old prints and paintings as architectural models.
The Martian Ambassador to Earth has warned that his government will not tolerate the continued destruction of the environment of his planet by our astronauts.
In 1845, naturalist Henry David Thoreau retreated to a cabin in the woods outside of Concord, Massachusetts to avoid the waste and destruction of modern life.
William Hazlitt once stated that the least pain in our little finger gives us more concern and uneasiness than the destruction of millions of our fellow beings.
Today young people find themselves, through no fault of their own, living in a world torn by international bitterness and the threat of nuclear destruction.
A report released after the destruction of the WTC by terrorist attacks stated that the fires in the buildings generated heat equivalent to the output of a nuclear power plant.
William Cohen, American secretary of defense, once stated, “I believe the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction presents the greatest threat that the world has ever known.
The monster slowly emerged from the mud and slime of Venus where it had lain asleep for millions of years, and immediately began making plans for the complete destruction of the planet Earth.
A report released after the destruction of the WTC by terrorist attacks stated that the initial explosion did little structural damage, but the fires from the remaining fuel brought the towers down.
The airplanes that crashed into the World Trade Center in New York were carrying tanks filled with highly volatile jet fuel, which caused the huge explosions that triggered the complete destruction of the buildings.