Most of the great human migrations across the world at this time must have been driven by want, as we bankrupted the land with our moveable feasts.
There is no likelihood of the world going their way. The myth of progress manifested in tool form. The answer seems to be: They had killed off most of their prey and expanded their numbers beyond the point at which they could all survive.
We all believe this, whether we like it or not.
So why do people use it, and why do they still laugh at the scythe? They need above all money, to carry out mercy missions and to meet conservation emergencies by buying land where wildlife treasures are threatened, and in many other ways.
Basic, curved cutting tools for use on grass date back at least ten thousand years, to the dawn of agriculture and thus to the dawn of civilizations.
Each of these improvements tends to make society bigger, more complex, less human-scale, more destructive of nonhuman life, and more likely to collapse under its own weight.
Mowing with a scythe shuts down the jabbering brain for a little while, or at least the rational part of it, leaving only the primitive part, the intuitive reptile consciousness, working fully.
If you want human-scale living, you doubtless do need to look backward. Writing is fulfilling too, intellectually and sometimes emotionally, but physically it is draining and boring: But archaeology pushes that date much further out; Roman scythes have been found with blades nearly two meters long.
In particular, it was about how human-scale, vernacular ways of life in my home country were disappearing, victims of the march of the machine.
It is certainly not ahead of us, or not for a very long time; not unless we change course, which we show no sign of wanting to do. The future looked bright for the greens back then. WWF-India is not active at the tiger reserve given as the example,[ citation needed ] but it is active elsewhere seeking to limit adverse tourism effects and better sharing of tourism benefits to local communities.
Two decades on, things look rather different. It has a broadband connection and all sorts of fancy capabilities I have never tried or wanted to use.
What do we value about the Amazon forest? Hunter-gatherers living during the Paleolithic period, between 30, and 9, BCE, were on average taller—and thus, by implication, healthier—than any people since, including people living in late twentieth-century America.
Using a scythe properly is a meditation: You concentrate without thinking, you follow the lay of the ground with the face of your blade, you are aware of the keenness of its edge, you can hear the birds, see things moving through the grass ahead of you. We have been falling into them ever since.
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