|Little-straw-mistakes add up to "one Titanic"|
It is a bit like when the Titanic went down in the sense that the Titanic disaster was a series of events, none of which were alone sufficient to bring down "the ship that even God could not sink".
But after the tipping point had been reached, "the point of no return", then even the smallest event, anywhere in that series of events, was qualified to be the straw that broke the camel's back, if done again.
Like the Titanic scenario, we are in the epoch or age of the straw that breaks the camel's back too, in terms of the next event that does damage to the environment.
The gist of it is that there is an environmental tipping point which scientists talk about, a twilight zone on the edge of what the earth can take, but no more, without breaking down into a killing machine.
That killing machine, which world civilization is unwittingly making, will take out world civilization leaving only some of humanity to try to live on through and form a subsequent civilization.
Even the flowers, grass, trees, and other greenery are aware that something is terribly wrong, and they are moving toward safer ground.
Events are converging toward the border line while world governments seem incapable of keeping "the last straw" off the camel's back.