Gorilla asks questions #7


Can nature become unnatural?  Is perhaps a question we should always ask ourselves before delcaring something unnatural. If I say something is unnatural, what am I suggesting it is? ‘not natural’ is just a repeat of ‘unnatural’ worded differently, so it can’t be the answer. What exactly is it, if it’s undone from nature? How does it still exist? How did it ever exist? To become unnatural, implies you can undo nature. How does one undo nature? And if you do perhaps, undo something, haven’t you just naturally created a new pathway, new neuron connections?

To say something is unnatural then, one must assume nature is immutable. And we know that isn’t true, we have seasons right before our eyes that shows nature changes.