God encrypted error messages in genetic code as sent generations on errands fools who thought to be bet better.
"Eugenics" prompt euthanasia.
Irony masks serendipity.
Monoculture denies diversity, the true strength in genetic adaptive option.
Asexual genital gratification reduces population.
Were biological warfare error to wipe out homo sapiens, would we be missed?
Surely our pets would feel bereft of our absence.
What about our zoo exhibits? They certainly have formed deeply rooted fondness for their caretakers. Would be wise just turning them loose to fend for themselves in the event of our foreseen catastrophic common mass demise be any wiser than letting our pets loose?
Would our agricultural stock fare well in that disastrous context? How would they get along without us then?
What could our white mice think of starving to death in their squeaky-clean lab cages? Might a mouse plan too aft gang agly, as Robert Burns put it?
Should our sport game miss us?
If an errant Oort Cloud planetoid fooled astronomers by suddenly crashing into Earth and reducing it to a vaporous wisp quickly dispersed into a tentatively residual heat signature before diffused to background ambience a degree or so above zero degrees Kelvin, would any ghosts or goblins regret our having gone away?
Would any aliens, angels or gods lament little if any trace of us left?