posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 08:49 PM
To say that it is a plan by nature is to infer nature has a conscience, an awareness, and an ability to restructure at will. In other words, you are
supporting intelligent design.
Now, seeing how our bodies are in constant decay, and there is a cycle of war, disease, and hunger that combine to keep our lives finite, that leads
me to believe there is already a natural cycle, so I would have to say I do not think so.
How would a dynamic celestial body that in itself does not have a core intelligence to design or create something to destroy something living on it,
like we do with medicine fighting illness? Even more so, how would it target only humans? Why wouldn't it also target parasites, destructive swarms
of insects, etc.? Why purpose would it have had in wiping out dinosaurs? What about the people who cultivate the earth, plant new trees, create
plants that process pollutions efficiently to help clean the air? Does the overall design exclude them? I think not since they suffer the same fate
as the rest.
Wouldn't that be genocidal and in our self preserving nature be driven to fight back, in effect destroying our own habitat to the point of having to
find a new home? The diseases and viruses we carry would follow us to the new residence as well, so then again, I would have to say no; nature is not
a single crafty intelligence plotting to thin mankind out, or even have the ability to do so by it's own will.
Watch, "The Happening," and when you figure out why people are doing what they are doing, you might roll your eyes realizing just how stupid M Night
Shyamalan's plot really is, thus, you might just think this concept is along the same lines.
Just my opinion, though. Not empirical by any means.