On my thinking of what is "unnatural", and my argument that everything, including human beings, synthetic compounds and chemicals, etc, is perfectly natural, it made me realize something. Perhaps "natural" and "normal" are NOT the same thing - - not even by the longest shot.
Nature itself may be an aberration of reality.
Think about that for awhile.
To break it down:
There must be orders of reality, wherein if everything is undergoing an "optimum" state, this thing WE know of as "nature" has nothing to do with this unprecedented, uninterrupted nothingness which could not even have a word for it lest it "become" that. Then . . . what if, there is a 1 in a Quadroople quintubular gazzillion googolplex of a chance that. . . an irritant introduces itself somehow in the otherwise flawless unprocesses of devoid-reality (i.e, the normal state of existence and lack of affairs), and wala, thus nature is borne. Nature, with all its concurrent, infectious, viral seething chaotic evolutionary adaptable transcendence. And we came from that. And cancer followed. All of it perfectly natural. . . perfectly aberrant . . . and entirely not normal in the real sense of the word.