Nature and Humans

I very much relate to Iain McGilchrist's view of Nature in the following video-11/11/2018

Not until about 150 years ago did Nature have such a Cancer growing- until Humans and their technology

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We are Mammals


A baby orangutan plays on a line in Zurich Zoo. The baby is taken care of by its mother for 8 years.


    Human have the Ability to destroy ever plant and animal in a large scale

excerpt from above site ; 

Monsanto has been in the poison game for a long time. All the propaganda in the world can’t erase the fact that they first poisoned thousand of Vietnamese, Thai, and Koreans as well as countless American soldiers with Agent Orange, who only now receive compensation for the effects of Monsanto’s bio-warfare decades later. The proof is finally so pervasive that the company can no longer just sweep away evidence of their evil-doing.

While it was our own government who did the spraying, they colluded with Monsanto, one of the nine government contractors who made the toxic combination of 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T, which came to be called Agent Orange. Many people don’t know this, but after decades of research proving that Agent Orange is lethal and tens of millions of dollars paid to victims in settlements – it is still being used in many Asian countries.

The truth is that RoundUp, in the form of glyphosate, is just another product of the military industrial complex, and an evolution of Agent Orange. If we don’t wake up and fight, en masse, then Monsanto and its government connections will completely destroy our food supply and our planet.


An alarming new study, the Living Planet Report 2016, prepared by researchers from the World Wildlife Fund and the Zoological Society of London, projects that by the year 2020, little more than three years from now, the population abundance of vertebrate species around the world will have dropped by two-thirds from what it was in 1970.

This dramatic decline encompasses species of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Invertebrates and plants are, undoubtedly suffering similar effects, as demonstrated by the recently reported death of a large portion of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, a 2,300-kilometer-long system of coral reefs, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has existed for 25 million years.

Vertebrae species have lost 58 percent of their populations since 1970, primarily as a result of human activity. Source: Living Planet Report 2016

I have seen a lot species either gone from the Woods, or much declined, since walking in the woods of 1970, Let alone see the water quality greatly decline,

My thought is instead of trying to be more " Human " and the great potential it holds, we falsely believe Technology is a way we can seem more Advanced, yet at current times, if Suddenly , because we have followed the technology path, without making at least equal advances in our psychological evolution..We falsely have the impression the individual is advanced, yet if all the technology would suddenly disappear, I believe we would revert quickly to mere savages, far back even beyond the times of the great Greek scholars such as Socrates. We would soon find out quickly , how much it is to be simply " Human ".