I recently got into the Life and Evolution subject. I happened to read this book called "Life's Solution: Inevitable Humans in a Lonely Universe" by Simon Conway Morris. Its a pretty nice book in which the author explores and explains why and how evolution takes place. This is a quote in the book that caught my interest.
"Life has no option but to carry on; it must always play the best hand it cna no matter how poor and disastrous the hand might be, and no matter who or what offers the challenge. "
Interesting note I should think. So am I right to say that humans are plundering the natural system in some way, and that some time in the future, organisms that have been hurt would find a way to go around us? Say, sharks would be smart enough to avoid getting hooked up? Or whales would be smart enough to differientate between a boats sonar and their own?
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