Kirsan Ilyumzhinov: We were all born on the intelligent planet Earth

A couple of days ago in the news feed, I read that a group of astrophysicists from the University of Rochester put forward a hypothesis that our planet is an intelligent being and has signs of personality.

Scientists took the so-called Gaia hypothesis as the basis of their guess, which was put forward back in 1970 by the British climatologist James Lovelock and the American microbiologist Lynn Margulis. According to this hypothesis, the Earth is a physiological system, and all life on the planet forms Gaia - a huge superorganism with a self-regulation mechanism.
Scientists from the University of Rochester have announced that the Earth is conscious. They are convinced of this by the perfection of the processes of self-regulation of the biosphere, which have developed over billions of years. They believe that this "planetary" superorganism (Earth) also has a mind.
In their opinion, modern human civilization is an immature techno sphere that cannot yet harmoniously interact with the planet. Humans have created systems and technologies that run on fossil fuel energy. However, the anthropogenic factor harms the seas and the Earth's atmosphere also leads to the extinction of species.
I often think of the documentary: Aftermath: Population Zero - The World without Humans, which I watched back in 2008. It made an indelible impression on me. Who is a man on the Earth? Is he just a "parasite" that sooner or later it wants to get rid of?

To be clear, I am not a scientist. I'm just a person who shudders at the thought of WHAT during the existence of homo sapiens got up with the planet, our living common home, the cradle of humanity. And if the Earth is also a rational being, then I have only one question: how does it still tolerate us?

Why am I writing about this now? Here's why. As a columnist for the Russian Pioneer magazine, I was asked to think writing on the topic “Birth”. Here's what I think. We were all born on the intelligent planet Earth. And how will we live on it further if we do not change?