Self-inflicted human tragedy
Question from the Internet:
“Is human existence a tragedy to the ecosystem?”
Human existence right now is a tragedy for the ecosystem, but it is an even greater tragedy for humans.
As we saw from the first, global quarantine, as we see from examples like Chernobyl or Fukushima when humans retreat Nature can almost immediately replenish, repair itself, even seemingly “extinct” species can return.
The only truly endangered species is humanity, Nature simply has to wait until we self-destruct, and then everything would return to balance.
Thus it is primarily for our own sake that we need to learn how to change the way we live, we connect to each other. It is for our own sake that we need to learn how to build a positive, mutually responsible, mutually complementing, “Nature-like” human society above and against our inherently cancer-like, selfish, egoistic, and subjective nature.