On the philosophy of Avatar

There’s a sense of entitlement —
‘We’re here, we’re big, we’ve got the guns,
we’ve got the technology, we’ve got the brains,
we therefore are entitled to every damn thing on this planet.’

That’s not how it works
and we’re going to find out the hard way
if we don’t wise up and start seeking a life
that’s in balance with the natural cycles of life on earth.

James Cameron on “Avatar”

Who knew there were trillions
of more than 2,000 species of microorganisms living in the human body
before 2008?

When what lives dies and/or matter disintegrates,
does what was become part of something else?

Every atom you possess has almost certainly passed through several stars
and been part of millions of organisms on its way to becoming you.

Bill Bryson

If something started everything, and everything’s the same only different,
is everything everything?

If there was, is, and will be only so much stuff,
how old are you?

If what is, is until it’s not,
is non-sentiency more probable than sentiency?

If mold continues to multiply after eating half a piece of cheese,
what happens when demand exceeds supply?

If we’re the mold and Earth is the cheese,
how many need and/or want how much,
where is half way, who’s got what’s left, who gets cut off when,
who will compete with who for what’s left,
and how is who most likely to win?

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