I came across an interesting thought when I was walking my dog through a forest and around a lake yesterday.
I thought, I don't see anything in nature that is square, either aesthetically or down to the biological structure, if I were to examine them though a microscope. Moreover, after walking back into the housing tracks, I realized that the vast proportion of things that humans construct are square, and would done correctly, they are perfect squares. Then I started thinking about the possible conflict that this creates for us, for our world, and for our environment. However, my lack of understanding within the biological sciences keeps me from reaching a conclusion, or even a decent theory.
So . . . am I missing something? Am I full of nonsense? Is this a fact that everyone knows except me?
And most importantly, what are the implications of this situation, if nature produces that which is round, and humans produce things that are square?