Man Vs. Nature

The Theorem: Major Discovery On Mankind’s Relationship with Nature!

Man's best friend… really? Or is a dog only a beast of burden in mankind’s battle with nature? One thing is for sure, we certainly love our pets. They provide us unconditional love (As long as we do not forget to feed them), companionship, and they can even lower our blood pressure! So what is to stress about you ask?

A lot actually. It is not by accident that a chapter dealing with this central question of man vs nature lands on the pages of a book dominated by a fetal behavior model. Far from filler, this profound and thought provoking chapter will forever change the way you view the natural world. Yet, this is just the beginning.

The seeds to man’s battle with Nature are sown early. If you can’t read between the lines already, the womb was a brutal, painful and unforgiving place for the human fetus. Due to a major fetal misinterpretation, as a result of its blocked underdeveloped memory, it essentially kicked and punched out on a nightly basis, naively believing that it was saving its own life by these movements.

While the origin of this war is experienced early, it is only later that the entirety of this battle is realized. During the long days of infancy the child lays in his crib and thinks. While we all believe that little Johnny is innocently playing with his blanket and toy mobile, he is actually contemplating life defining perceptions. With his budding consciousness and early learning abilities, he starts putting the pieces together of the horrific events that occurred to him the womb. He feels a need to hold someone responsible! He looks around, well it can’t be mom; she is loving to him. And while dad is rarely there, he is generally kind. Of course both you and I know who is going to take the blame then.

His retribution may start off innocently enough. He may pull the wings of a moth. He might put bugs in a jar, then forget to feed them. He may neglect his goldfish, or even dress the family dog up in a silly costume. Humiliating a proud animal the same way Nature humiliated him just a couple of years before. Later he will have a desire to see animals caged; Nature controlled! He will want to visit a zoo and see wild beasts in cages. The worse the conditions the better, the smaller the space the more ideal; trapped in a small space the same way he was just a short time ago. Taunted and terrorized by Nature on a nightly basis, now it is his turn to taunt. He is in control. This is important, it fills a subconscious need, to see nature controlled the way he was.

While it might seem cruel to an adult, far removed from the events in the womb, for a child all bets are off as there was nothing crueler than what they experienced; a limited consciousness during their painful development. Tricked and humiliated on a nightly basis led to believe that it’s kicking was saving its host’s life and its own, only to realize upon birth that this was all a deception. All bets are off indeed!

That’s right, those who call for shutting down animal performance shows at marine parks are projecting their morality not only onto Nature, but onto children as well. Is this a good idea? You can make your own decision after reading this breakthrough section, once you know the real motivation behind the debate.

In this enlightening and entertaining chapter you will have the questions answered: why do some people litter, pollute and seem destined to destroy the earth? Why do others seem obsessed with recycling and saving the planet? Why do females lean towards unicorns, flowers and butterflies for ammunition in their battle; think transformation and you will be close!

Why do men still like to hunt and fish, even though now it is often only considered a sport? What does the hanging of an animal trophy on the wall represent? In this catch and release culture, you will find out all of the true reasons all societies are obsessed with controlling and dominating Nature.

This chapter is a must read for sportsmen everywhere, as you will see it is right on target. Environmentalists, those who deal with natural resources, and or wilderness management will also gain valuable insight as to their motivations. In this chapter, every day is Earth Day!