Re: Nature

From: Brent Allsop (
Date: Wed May 10 2000 - 11:51:20 MDT

In a message dated 5/10/2000 8:06:07 AM Pacific Daylight Time, writes:

> No matter how maliciously we choose to wield our growing power over
> nature, we can never begin to approach in capriciousness and sheer
> mind-boggling indifference the actions displayed by nature herself.

        I like to think of nature as doing all it can to eventually
eliminate death, become compassionate to every living being..., given
what it has to work with. Like a proud parent, I think of it has
being happy that it has finally successfully created beings
intelligent and powerful enough to start making a difference in all

        What I do rail against are absurd ideas of supposed already
powerful Gods, ETs, and so on and so forth that for whatever absurd
evil justifying theodicy, whatever sickening "prime directive" don't
come down and help us and nature to become caring, concerned, and able
to do something to help all. If there are already such beings out
their hiding and you're listing, please screw your pious "prime
directives" or whatever sick justifications of such "capriciousness
and sheer mind-boggling indifference" natures you can come up with and
please come down and give us all a hand before we lose anyone else
whether they were less then or more than what Sasha was.

                Brent Allsop

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