how come water creatures can live symbiotically without boundaries but humans on land cant live without boundaries and power.



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Sun, 05/04/2014 - 3:54pm

There is still survival of the fittest in the ocean. The 720 rotation of view must feel more open then the 360/440 one we are use to on land.

 
 
Mon, 05/05/2014 - 1:29pm
bakayurei Says:

we live symbiotically with things as well, e.g. our gut flora without which we couldn't digest plants.. and land plants live symbiotically with land fungi, lichens are symbiotically joined together plants and fungi, and so on.. different things do things differently is the basic answer and we're one of the things that can't cooperate (actually we're really good at cooperation, it may be why we're here and the neanderthals aren't, and there's a theory that the first proper civilizations were cooperative rather than dominating type societies that they all are now).. but your point's a good one anyway, we're not as tightly bound to our 'nature' and our evolutionary history and the 'right' way for animals like us to do things as most other living things are, we don't need to be paranoid territorial animals to survive