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A dinner, a heart ache, and wishful thinking.

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1 hour ago, Marblehead said:

Yeah, bottom line, we humans are going to do what we think is right (most of the time).  Putting the starfish back in the water (where it belongs, in our opinion) was the right thing to do.  (10 out of every 10 starfish will die.)

 

And the universe doesn't seem to care.

 

 

I care... you care (presumably)....

The universe cares.

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Well, at least I like your persistent positivity.

 

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3 hours ago, Marblehead said:

Yeah, bottom line, we humans are going to do what we think is right (most of the time).  Putting the starfish back in the water (where it belongs, in our opinion) was the right thing to do.  (10 out of every 10 starfish will die.)

 

And the universe doesn't seem to care.

 

Humans.. I know humans, I like humans, humans are my friends.. but they (& I) are ecological disasters.  We tend to shit where we live, crowding out other species and knocking down ecological systems like they were dominoes.  If we can eat it, wear it, or live in its habitat, its up shits creek.

 

An animal faced with human moving in, or a nuclear melt down, would do well to pick nuclear meltdown.  The future lack of people will be far better then human civilization moving into there neighborhood.  

 

Where am I going with this.. Oh, because intentionally and unintentionally we're crap for the environment then ethically when we can do something, especially something simple, like throwing a grounded fish back into the water, then we probably should.     

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