<![CDATA[goosepoo.com - BLOG]]>Wed, 14 Feb 2024 21:01:46 +0000Weebly<![CDATA[What would it be like...]]>Mon, 12 Feb 2024 11:59:31 GMThttp://goosepoo.com/blog/what-would-it-be-like
Throughout the history of life on this planet we call Earth all living things have had a struggle to survive. Many species have succumbed to extinction, through not having the strength or skills to survive, through natural disaster or through predatory actions where the predator has evolved faster and stronger than its prey could to defend itself.
Natural selection, a fundamental force driving the evolutionary tapestry of life, unfolds as a relentless saga of survival. Within this intricate dance, some species, in their quest for survival, have mastered the art of eliminating rivals. The ruthless undercurrent of competition has led to the demise of countless organisms throughout Earth's history. Survival of the fittest echoes through time, a haunting symphony that resonates in the rise and fall of species. Evolution, an unyielding sculptor, has crafted predators with superior skills, stealth, and strength, enabling them to outpace their prey. This predatory prowess creates a delicate balance in the intricate web of life, a balance where the relentless pursuit of survival demands adaptation and the perpetual dance between predator and prey. As the pages of natural history turn, each extinction and survival becomes a testament to the relentless force of natural selection, shaping the destiny of life on our ever-evolving planet.
Our species, Homo Sapiens, are part of an evolutionary branch and you don’t need to go too far back in the history of the planet to trace that evolution and see how, through a number of sets of sliding doors we have fortunately arrived to be the most intelligent creature on the planet. We need to ensure that our species continues to develop in intelligence and humanistic skills and prevent any split in our evolutionary path from jeopardizing our future.

​We must survive to be the fittest.