This is the first sentence on Dendrolagus, which introduces the blog to the reader.
Well, just take a look:
Kangaroos evolved to jump in the flatland of Australia. These poor creatures had to adapt to tree climbing niche in the rainforests of New Guinea.
As a member of the species homo sapiens in the 21st century, I find myself in a similar situation:
Far from being the smartest possible biological species, we are probably better thought of as the stupidest possible biological species capable of starting a technological civilization—a niche we filled because we got there first, not because we are in any sense optimally adapted to it. — Nick Bostrom
My generation was thrown into an extremely confusing world, surrounded mostly by technological and institutional inventions.