Just as the Supreme Being is man’s excuse for being punitive, leaders are man’s excuse for being destructive.
Take that one step further and you arrive at “creative destruction,” which enables man to emulate the creator and be destructive at the same time.
Man destroys, which is easy, in order to create, which is hard.
Surrogacy is a wonderful strategy.
James Holland tells the story of the DNR bureaucrat promising his “stakeholders” in the agriculture and forest products industries that he was doing everything he could to keep the gopher tortoise “off the federal endangered species list,” not because the tortoise isn’t in danger from habitat destruction, but because federal protection actually inhibits commercial exploitation of designated terrain.
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Why do I call it a sell-out? Let me be specific. But, since pdf files are not able to be copied by word processor programs, I’ve had to transcribe. However, readers can check the attached pdf to assess that I’ve done so accurately.
The press release announced some “benefits” to placate environmentalists:
Question: It seems fairly clear that Cons don’t get connections. This seems to account for their resistance, among other things, to math and the comprehension of consequences. Is this intentional or evidence of a cognitive disability? If the latter, should it be accommodated or disregarded?