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Back to nature doesnt work
02-07-2016, 03:05 AM #1
August Incognito Anonymous
This is why I don't believe in being "back to nature".

1. In the Three stages of the human "Stone Age", the tools that we used were a product of nature, they were designed very coarsely, they were a product of art, and not of science.
They were not calibrated, they were not a product of modern measurement using numbers.

They were not made using modern language to communicate modern engineering amongst people.

2. Modern day bows and arrows, and compound bows, crossbows and bow fishing bows, are a product of modern language, the modern metric system, the discipline of science that is "engineering"... they are calibrated precisely and exactly...

They are not designed by tribes that live in caves in the forest... but ARE designed by people who live in the inner city, and the suburbs who make $250,000 a year..
Who went to MIT and studied engineering and mathematics.

They are made using very reliable, very strong materials, designed to kill... period.
They NEVER fail unless it is defective, which is extremely rare.

These modern Bows, Compound Bows, Crossbows, Bow fishing Bows, Canoes, Kayaks, Tents and Sleeping bags, and modern knives...
Even Modern ropes and "zip lines"..

They are technologically more along the lines of JETS and GUNS and Space Rockets... Than what they correspond with Stone bowls and round huts and caves.

3. When I used these things in the park on my school trip, I was almost as at home there with that so called "simple" stuff.. which isn't simple at all...
As I was going to the Shoprite in the back seat of my sister's Mitsubishi.

So Its not even a close call, its a formality... We're far too advanced to rely on wild resources.
02-07-2016, 03:14 AM #2
Coolchick Member
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Just Plain Nuts.
02-07-2016, 03:19 AM #3
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:40,943 Threads:1,526 Joined:Feb 2011
Quote:They are not designed by tribes that live in caves in the forest... but ARE designed by people who live in the inner city, and the suburbs who make $250,000 a year..
Who went to MIT and studied engineering and mathematics.

Yeah, let's see who dies first.

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