For millions of years, humans and our ancestors have learned from the previous generation, but only in the last century have we had to suffer through an industrial education system.
“Since I am the benevolent dictator, I will decree that the ‘most beneficial human society’ is one that coexists with other systems on the planet into the distant future. I’ll be searching for a stable-state existence, not an enhanced version of today’s world.”
It is not for a few people to make this decision, but rather it is something that must be decided by each community: do you choose to spread finite resources equally among more people or fewer?
Ecoguerrillas is a serialized climate-fiction audiobook written and read by S. A. J. Johnson, now on to iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, Audible, YouTube, and other podcast apps. Supporters can get early access to each chapter by subscribing to the project on patreon.com/sajjohnson.
Find more at ecoguerrillas.com.
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Musical background is Mahler’s Piano Quartet in A Minor, arranged by Michelle Diehl (Pub. Dom.).
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