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If my actions don't directly bother or harm other human beings—or negatively impact their  property—I believe I'm free to do whatever I want with my body, my machines or my property—including land I own.  I don't think we live on a small planet since it's big enough to seem mostly devoid of human presence over vast areas. If we ever do run out of living space / resources on Earth, we'll simply go elsewhere in space for them. 


I recognize I'm part of some integrated whole that interfaces with a bigger human community and the natural world.  Rather than acting as I please, I know I must respect that bigger whole—whether it's my immediate family, village, urban water cycle, natural ecosystem, etc. —and limit my impacts based on ethical, scientific, and other considerations. I believe we live on a small planet and that our collective actions are increasingly making our planetary home unlivable. Going elsewhere in space to live is a fantasy: If we ruin Earth, we have no viable Plan B.

Note: With version 4.0, these themes are new to the Project Worldview theme structure in March, 2019.
As such this page may be rather incomplete or still "under construction" for quite awhile!

More to Explore -- Worldview Theme #204A: 

Freedom from Limits

More to Explore -- Worldview Theme #204B: 

Limits and Ethics

Freedom (from online encyclopedia) Secular Ethics (from online encyclopedia)

Distinguishing Private Morality from Public Morality (from The Business Dictionary)

Environmental Ethics (from online encyclopedia)
David Horowitz Freedom Center ("dedicated to the defense of free societies whose moral, cultural and economic foundations are under attack by leftist and Islamist enemies at home")  

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