Questions about Nature Sucks
What is this site about?
This site’s primary aim is the promotion of awareness, that Nature “isn’t” perfect.
Why do you think Nature sucks?
Read the chapter “Why Nature sucks”
What are you trying to achieve?
Contribute to accelerating the evolutionary process of human awareness.
Ultimately, to make this earth a better place to live for You and others
Questions about Chapters
What if I disagree with what’s been written in the chapters?
Voice yourself !!! Start a thread, post a comment in the forum section of this site.
What if I agree with what’s been written in the chapters?
Let others and us know that you agree. You can start a new thread, add comments or post a reply in support of the fact that Nature isn’t perfect.
If you feel that you have something in addition to say and would like to broaden the existing information, get involved in the process of creating awareness on this very important matter.
Why are the chapters listed as categories also in the forum?
It primarily provides a better overview when responding to a particular chapter. So when you see something you like/dislike (agree/disagree with) in one of the chapters, you can go straight to the designated chapter in the forum and make a post.
What if I am not sure what to believe?
That’s fine too. Many solid opinions aren’t formed on the spot or over night. Sometimes it takes time to think and verify things through.
You can just hang back, read what others have to say or post questions.
Are more chapters going to be added?
Yes. At the same time it depends on the input/feedback from people interested in the subject. This is a huge topic, so there is plenty of potential for growth in all directions.
What if I notice some spelling mistakes or bad grammar?
Please let us know. We want to improve all aspects of the project, including the quality of the text.
Are you looking for editors/writers?
Yes, we would really appreciate it if you are interested to assist on a voluntary basis.
Questions about anything else
Is Nature sucks just about Nature?
In a way No and in a way Yes. No, in that sense that the discussion is not just about what people perceive to be Nature (Biology, Animals, Trees and natural events) Yes, because Nature is affecting every single aspect of Life. So, if you feel you want to talk about something else or want to contribute in some way, please go ahead. Just make sure it's not entirely off beat or too far fetched to be part of a meaningful discussion (See forum rules and guidelines in the forum).
What area (scientific field) does questioning Nature belong to?
It's a broad field, belonging predominantly to the areas of Philosophy, Psychology, Biology and Sociology. As a consequence also anyone interested in Religion is likely to be affected if Nature is questioned.