Meet Wally Wallington. Also to be found on YouTube.
Maybe another case of the world's wonders being right under our noses, and we're all so fascinated with ourselves and with other people that we don't even notice. Some of the ancient Greeks recognised that the world is full of wonders, offered for free, and that the human group is usually too narcissistic to even notice. But even more they realised that our relationships with each other and our relationships with the world aren't separate. So if we actually noticed these natural wonders, which would mean turfing all of the command and control knowledge superstructure like atom smashers and professional associations, we'd also be much more at peace with each other, and these wonders would be the stuff of our everyday lives.
I'm not holding my breath. We love the dialectic stoush, slugging it out.