is need, hence in order to stop humans from inprovising, inventing, "technologizing" (my word) one must have to, in essence, stop evolution. Find me the man that's able to do that and I'll forever curse technology. In the absence of such a figure I'll reserve my curses for those who use "human creativity" as a means to enslave and exploit.
One cannot hope to find balance by continuing to embrace extremes; thus I'll leave this other "hierarchy" debate to those with much stronger constitutions and a great deal more patience.
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