Ways of Defeat

We have won the war against nature. We can now control what happens in our cities, parks and gardens. We can change the weather to suit us better than ever before in history.

But if we do that, we will be destroying our planet even faster than before. There is no way around this fact: if we want to save ourselves from becoming extinct on this planet and live without fear for our children’s future, then it’s essential for us not just to stop fighting nature but also start working together with it in order to make sure that everyone has access not only food but also clean water and air – which means protecting forests from deforestation or finding ways how humans could live near them instead of destroying them altogether!

It is not possible to win the war forever.

It is not possible to win the war against nature. Nature will always be more powerful than humans. Therefore, it is not possible for humans to win this war forever. The only other option is that humans might be able to win this war temporarily, at the expense of nature.

Humans were never in a state of harmony with nature.

Humans were never in a state of harmony with nature, and we’re not going to enter one now. We have always been in a state of war with nature. The only way we can bring about peace and prosperity for all of humanity is by making sure that our society is no longer dependent on the destruction or consumption of resources from the natural world.

Human does not have no means of survival in nature.

Humans have no means of survival in nature. The challenge of the human race is to learn how to think and act like nature, by learning from it, we can learn that only life has meaning.

Human beings may have inherited some instincts from our animal ancestors, but these are not enough for us to survive in a natural environment. Without tools or shelter, we will die quickly if left alone in any wild habitat on earth. If we were truly born into this world as humans instead of apes then why do we have such an inferior ability? We may have evolved our brains over millions of years but at what cost did this come about? Are our brains really more intelligent than those who live outside city limits? Or are they just bigger so they can store more knowledge from books without ever having experienced anything firsthand?

It is putting humanity on the brink of extinction.

We are at war with nature, if we win, we will lose. There is no other way to look at it. We cannot destroy the planet without destroying ourselves.

We have known for a long time that climate change is real and that humans are causing it, but this knowledge has not been able to stop us from our selfishness and greed which is leading us closer and closer to an apocalypse-level event every single day.

Humans have won the war against nature, but it is not possible to win forever. It is a precarious situation for humanity.

You might think that the war against nature is over. But if you thought that, you would be wrong. Humans have won the war against nature, but it is not possible to win forever. It is a precarious situation for humanity as well as other species in this world. There are many reasons why it’s difficult to win the war against nature and one of them is because human beings don’t have any means of survival outside their current habitat (i.e., human cities). In addition, humans were never in a state of harmony with nature because they always tried to change it instead of adapting themselves according to nature’s rules and laws.

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