Diane Ackerman Quote: “As a species, we’ve somehow survived…”

As a species, we’ve somehow survived large and small ice ages, genetic bottlenecks, plagues, world wars and all manner of natural disasters, but I sometimes wonder if we’ll survive our own ingenuity.

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Name: Diane Ackerman
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: October 7, 1948
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