• Benj96
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    Well I don't think she's plays favourites that's for sure. But what she does have is a place, a niche, for every respectable and adaptable species. That is afterall how we assumed our niche in the first place.

    Whether we stay there or not is up to whether we can learn how nature operates, as we will never change her. We are bound by the same rules of gameplay as all living things.

    The wisest thing to do is obey her rule. The question is have we passed the point when we played by the rules or are we yet to achieve that state. Or is it a cycle of falling into and out of accord with them.

    Peace/harmony verses war and revolt.
  • Agent Smith
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    In a sense war/destruction/death/decay/decomposition is part of the game. Our world seems to be based on a conflict model i.e. it's adversarial - all the niches available have been filled and now competition is inevitable.
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