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December 6, 2015 Michael General

Many aspects of the artificial environments created by humans to live in are not optimal in the context of conditions to which humans and other forms of life are adapted. The ways in which people usually live today contribute to an extensive list of negative outcomes for the ecosystem of the earth and the individual person.

The negative outcomes arise mainly from the processes involved being designed and administered with priorities other than their impact on the life of the earth, or their fitness for the purpose human life. If the orthodox priorities of profit, politics, and recent tradition are replaced with those of environmental impact and fitness for purpose, many of the design decisions made in the construction of human spaces would be radically different.

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