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Dear future generation,

Sorry for everything that we did to the earth. We did not realize what we had and how much we needed to cherish it. We just treated it very bad and we didn’t care what we did. We polluted the oceans, killing many sea creature, polluted the air, which will be a problem for you (the future generation), which melted many icebergs causing flooding and rising tides, getting rid of some beaches, rising the water temperature, and over just making the earth a bad place to stay. I’m sorry for everything.

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