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Dear future generations,

Sorry that the planet is dead and we didn’t do anything to save it. We didn’t care enough about the future and we were selfish. No one did anything to stop it. For the people who tried, sorry that no one listened. Earth used to be so beautiful, vibrant, and lush. Now, I have no clue what it’s going to look like but I know it’s not the same.

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