I’m making assumptions here. That is, modern humans are in my opinion mammals with the scientific genus Homo sapien sapiens — the ‘man who knows he knows’. Humans are thereby in my opinion subject to Darwinian natural selection pressures like any other organism, ‘survival of the fittest’. Climate change is also in my opinion is a very real, very daunting weather event that jeopardises resource availability, exerting a survival pressure on our species. Finally, the human population is in my opinion growing exponentially in a world buckling at the resource demands placed on it. In other words, the biggest threat to human beings in the near future is not the weather, it’s competition for Things: homes, jobs, partners, oil, personal space, opportunities. The most enlightened option for the Man Who Knows He Knows is to accept this selection pressure and adapt — fast.