Let's Play A Game: Who Is More Powerful? Man or Plants?
Last Update: Jun 28, 2018
In the eyes of a new world that has us talking about GDPR compliance, we are brought to our knees about how our data is shared.
As man in the whole sense of the word we are concerned about the threat to our privacy.
We want controls to be adopted
to protect the individual.
In the back page stories of newspapers you may see a small blurb from a conservationist about how we can save the planet from destruction.
Maybe a small story about how
we can recyle to save our planet.
Earth preservation is most often in the back of our minds until we are a witness to a natural disaster. If we are made homeless by a surge of floods and rain we take notice.
The earth will always balance itself. We are a slave to natural law.
We are nothing when it comes
to the wrath of Mother Nature.
- What would happen if our natural agreement with the Earth turned and man became the enemy?
- What would happen if the ecosystem decided to change its rules and not produce oxygen for us to breathe?
- What if the planet started suffocating us where plants no longer provided us oxygen because we have racked so much havoc on the natural environment?
- What would happen if photosynthesis no longer was the standard of life?
We live in a world where plants rule the world. Without vegetation animals would die.
Without water the plants would die.
Without both man would perish.
From these perspective it seems minor
that we spend our time with our rants
on how man is affected by war and greed.
We have a more pressing problem on our doorstep.
- What would happen if our planet said enough is enough and extinguished the source of its hindrance to survival?
- What would happen if vegetation planted its roots and said we want to live at any expense?
- What would happen if the molecules of water restructured and removed oxygen as a main component of its chemistry?
This is the premise of the game.
What if the Earth strikes back to save itself?
Leave comments or questions below
on what you would think the Earth would be like
if it did not follow the natural laws that govern us today.
Credits: I give a shout out to Bill808 who planted these questions in my head while I pondered his concept of resiliency advocacy. After reading his profile I asked myself what is really important in our daily existence: The air we breathe. Without it we would be nothing.
All the Best,
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