Are you certain? Nature is definitely trying to limit us, but it would seem that we are resilient little pests. I do believe however, that eventually she will triumph over us, if there is a need, perhaps we just don't pose a threat big enough.
It would seem that us humans have a goal to bring Earth with us on our downfall. Let us hope it is futile.
no clue.... I mean 81 is a good age and I don't think I can die before then so it's not so much a choice really. I mean eventually we'll go extinct every living thing does but i see no reason to live in fear of it.
ps think the OP is mad that she didn't kill a thread. you know how it is you think you want something different but you don't really.
Yes, I've vaguely heard of that phenomenon.
We can only hope that the mysterious thread starter and deadener can ever forgive us.
Originally Posted by Costrin
We are nature.
Mankind seems to be an unbalancing force in nature, we are a part of it still, but like a self-destructive side of it.
You are not the only one that is going to leave.
I have a world to end. And sleep to be had. And dogs to be barked. And barks to be treed. And clouds to be found. And rain to be had. And snow to be melt. And dirt to be ground.
Nature is impossible to destroy, for everything is nature. Specific parts of nature can be destroyed, but nature as a whole is immune.
Are you trying to go for the 100% truth post here? Because you just might have. I understand and agree. It is a matter of on which scale of things you take it. Eventually, yes, everything certainly is nature. I am going to eat it all. Little nature, ripe to be eaten.
everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?
I guess I was thinking in terms of organic life on Earth, excluding humans. Then adding humans as things progressed.
It was the good old human vs nature thing. Until an INTP came along and jumbled it all up with his universal thinking. :steam: