posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 11:18 AM
In regard to our pathetic attempts to understand and control nature, we, as a race, are just egotistical half-wits. The basic problem with "modern"
man, is his belief that we are smarter than Mother Nature. It's hard to determine at what point the human race began to think we know it all, or at
least know enough, to bend nature to our will, but at some point this attitude has become common place.
Rather than adapt to the forces of nature, we seem to believe we can adapt nature to us. We try to create conditions, by changing our environment,
that we think are beneficial to our existence, but we are too short-sighted to foresee the ultimate consequences of our selfish actions.
Nature is unlimited in scope and we are very limited in our capacity to understand it. Nature was, is, and will always be in control. If we believe
any differently it will be a deadly mistake on our part. Extinction is the rule. We are just a nano-particle that exists for a nanosecond in the large
picture of the entire universe. We have little control over ourselves, much less the planet or any other aspect of our lives. We should be adapting to
the change, not trying to create change. If we don't adapt, we die. That is something the human race can't seem to get a grip on. We think we know
better, when we know next to nothing at all.
Scientists are basically near sighted ego maniacs and we are complete idiots for believing that they can actually do anything but make matters worse
in the end. For every supposedly beneficial scientific discovery there are a thousand malevolent applications without regard for the
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