I didn't mean word peace as nice, kind, quite enviroment friendly to life-forms but I meaned word peace as peace in the context of statement from the picture. The one who makes real damage and foolishness are humans, not powers of nature.
When I saw this pic I thought about the very same immense natural powers you mentioned. Life appeared and goes on thanks to them, despite they are killing us in process or have potential to destroy everything within less than second.In fact,they're the "ancient gods" coming in peaceBoth nature and space are amazingly selfreparable and mutual.Everything runs as wheels in big clock.New stars are born thanks to supernovas,our galaxy holds in one piece thanks to black hole,despite black holes are kinda dangerous.Where would be Earth without them?Too far from Sun. Tornadoes are preventing drastic climate changes...most of things doesn't end, just transforms into something new.I think it's perfect peace and orderOnly discord are humans.Unsatisfied with this or that process cause it's too slow or too quick or to dangerous for humans.We are simply forgetting, this world created itself for billions years.So powers of nature are incredibly great, dangerous and sometimes damn slow.Unfortunately we are the most fragile life-form here.
Does humans do something profitable for themselves or other life-forms? We are just ranting about floods.Ehem...who wanted to earn more money by buying cheep building sites near water? And who is anough foolish to buy these houses? Eheme ehem.Civilisations who decided to adjust not to ignore these things as we are doing always profited from that approach. Who thinks, territorial dispute for space can be solved by signing papers? Who is using and mistreating everybody and everything including own kind? Humans, again. For example:country who is member of european union has more corn or cows atc.than management in Brussels allows.This very country must burn the corn and kill the cows.If not it'll pay fine.
What would happen if all humans vanish?Dogs would be sadWhat would happen without bees? What would happen without corn or trees?
BesidesNo hot core of Earth-no volcanoes,no earthquakes,no tsunamis,-no magnetic field-no atmosphere-no life.
Sorry,I wrote longer reply than I intended.But i hope I made myself clearer
I disagree entirely with this statement, see my first reply.
You could describe us as 'discord' in that nothing like us has ever existed before. I'll agree in that sense.
Historical civilizations have never had to deal with over six billion people before. We can't play by classical rules, living in harmony with nature. There's too many of us. And again with the hatred on human destruction! Viruses alone have killed way more of us than we ever did. Look at the bigger picture.
You're saying humans don't positively contribute to the circle of life? I'll grant you that, we're not currently doing other species many favors. Whatever. Animals kill each other all the time, that's part of 'the circle of life'. We're just better at it. At least we show RESTRAINT, you could argue this attribute sets us apart; you think other animals would hesitate to waste us if they could?
True, we are here because of natural upheaval in the past.
A little. You see human destruction as 'unnatural' and thus 'un-peaceful'. I see it as growing pains. Give us a few centuries, we're just starting to figure out how to support ourselves without wrecking everything else.