It is evident that our natural environment is struggling with the impact that the human population and consequential demand is having on her. Mother nature has a pace, things take time to grow, cells divide and regenerate, maturation, pollination, fertilisation, seed, egg, birth – it all takes time. As we humans demand more, we change the world around us to get more, and consequences result.
Nature has given us the recipe that has taken billions of years to refine, and it is this recipe that dictates the consequences if certain needs are not fulfilled. Time will truly show us what these consequences will be as we continue to change the world around us.
Our species has adopted a parasitic approach to life on our planet. A parasite is defined as: – An organism that lives in or on an organism of another species (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the other’s expense.
Parasites exist in huge variety and include animals, plants, and microorganisms. They may live as ecto-parasites on the surface of the host (e.g. our planet and the soil and oceans that makes the planet habitable), or as endo-parasites in the gut or tissues (e.g. many kinds of worm), and inevitably cause varying degrees of damage or dis-ease to the host. Destructive parasitic behaviours in general, habitually rely on or exploit others, and give nothing in return.
If we humans are to survive as a species, we must change this destructive relationship we have with our planet, and we need to change it now. Mother Earth is hurting, and the evidence is everywhere. If we continue to suck the life out of her without giving back, then we are in all sorts of trouble and it is only a matter of time. Even the most basic of parasite knows that you do not kill the host. Surely, we are smarter than that. Let us find ways to eliminate toxins and promote life back into our host. Symbiotic and balanced, not parasitic, and diseased.
Embracing the biological significance of molecular hydrogen may just be the very thing that turns it all around and enables the healing process. There is certainly enough evidence already out there to confidently suggest such a thing as all aerobic life depends on it, big or small, singularly, plural, or cumulative. All of us and everything on the planet is but a cumulative consequence of little things all working together and all of it revolves around the most abundant element in the universe, Hydrogen. It’s not rocket science, it’s nature.