Look at that… a shrubbery… growing all alone.
Growing all alone… remarkable.
Why do humans, said Blurtso, interfere with nature? Humans, said Pablo, are creatures of nature, and as creatures of nature they inevitably act naturally, so their conscious interference in nature must be working in the interests of nature, even if that interference turns out to be nature’s way of eliminating humans.
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I think humans, said Blurtso, take themselves too seriously.