Smith, in the computer world of The Matrix.
In nature there is order, but not uniformity.
The president of Nabisco once defined the goal of economic globalization as “a world of homogeneous consumption”, in which people everywhere eat the same food, wear the same clothing and live in houses built from the same materials. It is a world in which every society employs the same technologies, depends on the same centrally managed economy, offers the same Western education for its children, speaks the same language, consumes the same media images, holds the same values, and even thinks the same thoughts: monoculture. – Breaking Up the Monoculture
The ‘one size fits all’ approach isn’t working, and in our myopic attempts at simplifying the world and reducing it to a factory-floor type environment, we’re reducing the natural bio-diversity of the world in a way never, ever, seen before.