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Endangered South American Forests Were Man-Made
New research shows the now endangered forests of Chile, Brazil, and Argentina, used to be managed and cultivated sustainably by indigenous people.
Maybe nature uses humans as a means of changing herself, the same way the bee is used to polenize a vast landscape.
Maybe she lost control of us.
More fuel for the "where is the cut-off"-debate. How much tech, how much rigidity, how much capital, &., can we take before we mess it up? Another, perhaps even more important question, is: can we have anything at all, without grasping for more? and, if we can't, are we capable of existing at all without building up this mess again and again and again? Hard to say with just the one big Leviathanic data point. Can we be, conscientiously?

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