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eng 347 plants - Sabrina Baez ENG 347 03/26/2012 What Would...

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Sabrina Baez ENG 347 03/26/2012 What Would Happen? Where are all the Green Plants? Everyday you walk by them or on them or through them without really noticing. You’re too focused on other things; your friends, your iPod playing your jam, texting your crush. Subconsciously you do notice them though, the way the wind rattles through them, the smell of them in the air. They make you happy and light hearted; they put a little pep in your step. Plants, they’re all around us converting carbon dioxide to oxygen, allowing us to breathe and live. In some parts of the world they are more abundant while in others there are few, but regardless they cover the Earth providing sanctuary for animals and humans alike. Now imagine a world where real plants are so endangered that they are kept locked away to be preserved and researched like aliens. Artificial plants are created to replace the living species. They have the same function to allow us to breathe oxygen, however they do not feel, smell, or even look the same. In the year 2057 the world is in chaos. Wars ravage every country; natural disasters run rampant following a series of extreme weather patterns due to global warming. All the Earth’s ecosystems were greatly affected. Plant life seemed to dwindle until only a few remaining
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course ENGL 347 taught by Professor Cruz during the Spring '12 term at Texas A&M.

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