« on: 06/03/2018 22:19:25 »
All animals destroy their immediate environment. It's almost a definition of animal. Most have the sense to move to another part of the forest and restrict their numbers until the forest recovers, but human parasites insist on "growth" and "expansion" and the electorate approves.
This is not true in ecology and IMO not a very good perspective to maintain. Life exists and grows because of relationships and interactions. In order to support this argument you would have to define "destroy" and once you dig deeper you will find it's not so straight forward.
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