Simplistically and objectively RH believes humans committed to honourably evaluating their cultural subjective reality beliefs or working hypothesis conclusions can agree on two ‘objective reality truth’ principles:
1. Carrying Capacity Limits:
The earth is not flat. Resources are not infinite. Humans share this planet with other humans and other animal and plant species. None have an inalienable right to exterminate the others (any human group who decides they have such inalienable right to breed or consume above carrying capacity limits and exterminate others for their own greed (not need) should not be surprised if other groups consider them to be a planetary security threat to the survival of all other species).
Conclusion: Humans have a ‘right’ to breed and consume upto ecological carrying capacity limits, and no further. Humans who breed or consume above ecological carrying capacity limits are consciously or unconsciously thieving other humans or species resources; without their consent.
2. Fully Informed Consenting agreements:
No humans or animal wants to be coerced or forced to be a slave to any other species; without their clear and fully informed consent to such relationship.
Conclusion: Any eco-innocent human procreating and consuming below carrying capacity limits can engage in whatever behaviour they choose, with any other eco-innocent; as long as both consent to whatever behaviour they are engaged in with each other; and other eco-innocents affected by such behaviour have no objections.
Ecological Carrying Capacity — Eco Footprint — Scientific Law refers to:
- Procreation below carrying capacity limits.
- Consumption below carrying capacity limits.
Human Nature Scientific Law refers to:
- Fully Informed Consenting Agreements.
Violations of Scientific Law are referred to as Crimes of Aggression, which can be breeding, consumption and/or violation of consent crimes of aggression.
Cultural law refers to any racial, religious, gender cultural value agreed upon, and codified in a written agreement between two or more individuals, which does not violate any of the scientific laws; enabling a greater degree of cooperation and mutual assistance support between such individuals.
Individuals Rights and Duties under Cultural Law include: Cultural Law Territorial Self Rule for Groups with Subjective Racial, Religious& Gender Culture-Conflict Identities.
Violations of Cultural Law would fall under Crimes of Aggression: Violations of Fully Informed Consent.
Conflict of Cultural Law Violations: Violations of Cultural Law between two individuals or groups of individuals with different Cultural Laws, would be adjudicated in terms of Scientific Law: Crimes of Aggression: Violations of Fully Informed Consent.