Originally Posted by Rigs11
.it' funny that you point out mathematics, art, architecture, and science. the film's point exactly, how humans can be so smart and yet so brutal and incompassionate.
We're the only species on Earth even capable of compassion yet were supposed to be blamed and ashamed if we can't/don't always exercise it to our utmost ability, to the point of being damaging to our own interests? We're supposed to be looking out for the animals interests according to the film but a species can't survive if in the end it doesn't look out for itself first and most importantly. Humans first, animals second and that has nothing to do with intelligence or right of might. We can't survive without animals and a lot of them and the only way to have a lot of them may not be in the most "humane" way but it has to be done. Our responsibility in all of this is proper management so we don't reduce them to extinction. Their species survives, our species survives, in this argument and on this scale it isn't about the individual.