We don’t understand Nature
Question from the Internet:
“Which is better for the environment and climate change; gathering people in mega cities and leave the large parts of the nature alone or distributing all people evenly around the world via small settlements?”
The thing is, we don’t know. It is not our decision to make.
We have no idea what is good for the environment, we have no idea what is causing climate change let alone how to solve it. But in our prideful stupidity we keep pretending, coming up with different theories, “solutions" nevertheless.
We “research" Nature and draw our conclusions according to our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric and exploitative consciousness and perception.
In order to know what is good for the environment we would need to “feel" the environment, we would need to enter Nature to research and understand it from within. We will need to be as integrated, mutually responsible, mutually complementing towards each other as Nature’s elements or like the cells, organs of our biological bodies.
Then through the similarity we achieved we will start to feel Nature. Then we will know what is good for the environment, how to be adapted to it, how to become a balanced, benevolent, positively contributing, partnering part in it.