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Don't forget - humans are a part of nature and our rise and consumptive expansion merely a function thereof. In absolute terms, there is no 'right' or 'wrong' with our actions, just as there isn't in a swarm of locusts or soldier ants.
Who's to say that all our actions aren't part of a cycle within Gaia larger than we can presently comprehend?
- you are bringing tears to my eyes... so soft... poetic... sensitiveCALLES
- A difference is animals typically take and use only what they need to surviveETM
- You never seen a cat or a dog kill another animal, just for the sake of it? What about killer whales toying with seal pups?Nairn
- I'm just a typical human - I only consume as I need to too. I probably consume more than an African - but who's 'right'?Nairn
- Gosh, what a useful, nuanced response, SlashPeckham. Such considered eloquence deserves a pat on the back!Nairn
fucking sad and depressing.
what, no human?
Though, as They seem to consider environmental issues as 'politics', don't be surprised if this thread gets deleted in 5.. 4.. 3..