At the surface of the Earth, in the topsoil, the ecological balance becomes operative. The vegetation’s chlorophyll inhibits the sun’s radiation instead of allowing it to be reflectively broadcasted to the universe.
Amongst the species on earth, man has consciously participated in the fundamental alteration of their over-all, lifetime ecological sweep-out patterning. Whereas other species have to migrate to warmer locations during the ice ages, the human species, by using the brain-sorter, developed dwelling and clothing, made of animal skin, to keep warm. Whereas animals have to seek out water source and vegetation, humans learned to build dams and irrigation systems as well as agricultural production. Humans continually rearrange the environment so that they may eat, be clean, move about and communicate in more orderly and swifter ways.