The Earth is Our Home
“All things are connected.” Whatever happens to the Earth, happens to us (as Chief Seattle said), whether it be climate change, extermination of predators, or the eradication of the last hunter-gatherer cultures. The community of life will continue to suffer from our disconnection from the natural world unless we change our views. Studying biological and cultural evolution can show us ways to surmount these threats and attain more gratifying lives.
This web site is devoted to an understanding of how we got ourselves into this pickle, and how we can find our way out of it by examining the lives of Earth-centered peoples. Although we cannot return to the woods, we can learn lessons from hunter-gatherers, that will contribute to the survival of the Earth.
You are welcome to enter this web site, learn from it, and contribute to it, as long as your comments are civil and respectful. You are welcome to use any material from this website. In fact, we invite you to do so, as long as you put it to use for the Earth. We would appreciate your attributing it to us, thus bringing further attention to this web site.