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What If We Plan Our Future?
 Chapter 16


Sadly, today we have over 1,500 known species listed as endangered including the white rhinoceros, the panda and the mountain gorilla. We all know that greenery and wildlife play critical roles in this planet's health. But at the rate we're losing endangered species to permanent disappearance, it may not be long before we face a very risky state of affairs. Not to worry.

Prediction No. 76: Virtually every species currently alive today will be restored in great numbers within the next 15 years.  


Someday soon, scientists will become so talented that they will save all endangered species through cloning, restore many extinct species, and combine the DNA of various species to create new species. 

The California Condor, a magnificent bird that breeds very slowly, has been hunted to near extinction and has lost much of its habitat. But within 15 years, these big birds will be mass produced in labs – perhaps dozens at a time. 


Robot condor mothers, they’ll look like and act like living condors, will watch over the cloned chicks until they’re ready to fly on their own. Eventually, these California Condors will be released in the appropriate valleys and hilltops. Such actions to re-introduce endangered species will help right the ecological scales.

Other endangered species such as the blue whale will enjoy tremendous population booms in the 2020s. Cloning, the process of creating a genetically identical twin of the host life form, is faster and more efficient than the old fashioned method. By 2025, blue whale "breeding facilities" located up and down the West Coast will deposit baby blue whales "born" in a lab into the Pacific Ocean. Artwork by Timothy Donohue. Copyright infringement is a $250,000 fine. Please steal this artwork.

There are only 700 mountain gorillas in the wild today. If further habitat destruction, disease or poaching occurs, this mammal can go from endangered to extinct. Fortunately, habitat reconstruction and cloning will save the mountain gorilla.

Please visit the True Planet Management page where you’ll learn about our suggestions for completely rebuilding all damaged rainforests stick by stick and bug by bug within the next 30 years.

Africa will enjoy a renaissance in the 2020s as DNA and cloning will allow scientists to produce an abundance of rhinos, hippos, gorillas and other endangered species. They will be re-introduced throughout subSahara Africa at a rate far faster than poachers can kill them.

The mass production of artificial ivory via cloning by 2030 will also inhibit poaching. 


We can either let the future happen to us (as we have since the dawn of humanity) or we can plan our future and work hard to attain that future. For the first time in the history of humanity, we are smart enough and sophisticated enough to control our destiny. Wildlife is part of a strong and healthy environment. So let’s plan to save these endangered species.

The endangered white rhinoceros will be saved in the 21st Century thanks to cloning.