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Our selective blindness is lethal to the living world | George Monbiot

20.12.2017
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Each generation is normalising the erosion of our environment, and the devastating losses to fragile ecosystems mount upWhat you see is not what others see. We inhabit parallel worlds of perception, bounded by our interests and experience. What is obvious to some is invisible to others. I might find myself standing, transfixed, by the roadside, watching a sparrowhawk hunting among the bushes, astonished that other people could ignore it. But they might just as well be wondering how I could have failed to notice the new V6 Pentastar Sahara that just drove past.As the psychologist Richard Wiseman points out: "At any one moment, your eyes and brain only have the processing power to look at a very small part of your surroundings ... your brain quickly identifies what it considers to be the most significant aspects of your surroundings, and focuses almost all of its attention on these elements." Everything else remains unseen. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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