She's called Mother Nature. Write her a letter if you don't like her handywork. It never ceases to amaze me how people can be firm believers in darwinian natural selection and then get all offended when they see it in action.
Originally Posted by Reiver
Nature is not equal. It's not designed to be equal. The natural state of life is struggle, not contentment. People get upset about this because they do not understand the significance of it. Struggle causes us to act. Action causes us to grow. When we grow, we become stronger. If nature designed everything equally, then we would have no incentive to grow. And thus we would atrophy. What is not growing is dying.
In short, inequalities exist because they are necessary. People who see them as some kind of great injustice do not understand the value of challenge. Challenge is the essence of life. Trying to "improve" the challenge system is like trying to spell words with an algebraic equation. You're wasting your time and no matter how hard you try, you will always fail the test because you are taking it wrong.
"Oh, what's that? So now you say life sucks? Well, 99% of it's what you make of it. So if your life sucks, you suck." - Mike Muir