Humanity isn’t static—you can’t just be okay with all development up until the invention of the sarong, and then declare all post-sarong technology to be “unnatural.” Sure, cavemen didn’t have shoes. Until they invented fucking shoes! (You know what else they didn’t have? Discarded hypodermic needles. Broken glass. Used condoms.) They also didn’t have antibiotics, refrigeration, written languages, wheels, patchouli, the internet, and NOT LIVING IN A ROCK WITH A HOLE IN IT. But I don’t see anyone giving any of that up in the name of “health.” Hey, why not install a live gibbon in your fridge so you have to fight it to get to your bison jerky? Just like nature!
If we’re going down that road, then okay! According to history, we were only supposed to have ONE cell. God, you people and your multi-cellular privilege. Ever since I became a primordial soupist, my IBS has totally cleared up (mainly because I don’t have intestines anymore—just cytoplasm).
I. Have. No. Words.