The 'Felix-the -cat" charactor "Vavoom" blasted his way forward through all his adventures. Is leaving devastation in our path "justified" because we made some temporary progress? Do we refuse to look at the wreckage behind us as we blast forward?
It is interesting to note that the second clip of "Vavoom" is identical to the construction of Hoover dam. While this may have "saved the town", a natural river was constricted and thus a blockage of man's creation is in conflict with earth and Her needs.
Vavoom is hailed as a 'military hero' for 'saving' the mainstream's belief system; thus, life on man's terms can continue. Mother Earth, disregarded, suffers a literal impacted energy to Her needs.
In building concrete bridges across the creek where I live, I consulted Mother Earth on how to do so in an environmentally amiable way. I received the signals of instruction and proceded with them. The bridges, now in service, provide habitat, cleansing during a flood, and keep vehicles from crossing through the water and dropping pollutants from brakes and engine oil.
Such engineering is the wave of the future: ask permission of the Greater System, and ask what impact your actions will have. "Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and these things will be added unto thee". BildaBridge