Photographer's Note

If you like all green landscapes and you don't like thinking, then ignore the next lines and I suggest a move 450 km farther northwest, even if lost valley lookout is only 99.7% green.

For Sociology, Political Science, Environmental and Conservation Sciences students.

This photo illustrates
- the SECOND stage, with several alien systems, of the second fundamental law of Migration.

The second fundamental law of Migration applies to societies and ecosystems, both generalized as systems.
Whenever species are mentioned, specimen are obviously what is meant, if the system consists of only one species.

The second fundamental law of Migration -
once alien systems reach the critical mass, the system goes through two stages:
1 - native species disappear or rapidly reach the near extinction stage;
2 - if at this stage the system consists of several alien systems, all alien systems but one disappear.

Other fundamental laws of Migration shed more light on the second law's system dependent variables, i.e. the pre-condition (critical mass) and process dynamics.

Note one of the implications of the fundamental Natural Laws in relation to the second fundamental law of Migration:
- there are two more stages, three and four, which need not to be mentioned in order to comment this photo.

For Sociology and Political Science students:
although not required to comment the photo, it is worth remembering:
- in the case of human societies there is always only one native species in each system (cf. first Fundamental Law of Human Migration, which is implied by the fundamental Natural Laws);
- you are taught exactly the opposite of what is stated by ANY of the Fundamental Laws of Migration.

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