Harari’s conjecture — “There are no gods” — forms the very basis for everything he says in the rest of the book.
In the situation he describes, it would be a very complacent and foolish detective who took the circumstances as simply natural and failed to ask how they got to be that way.
Thank you to Wesley J. Smith for fighting what’s often a very lonely fight against the increasingly dehumanizing tendency in contemporary medicine.
An article published in Biological Conservation illustrates environmentalism’s metastasizing misanthropy.
Such manipulations, if ever done in humans, could a profound impact on human society going down the generations.