Bruce Willis movie on again...Fifth Dimension...outer space pic...I've seen the end at least five times!...saw more of it this time....his sidekick is a little strange in this one...
Thought a little bit about the "equilibrium" of Nature...the Egyptians called it Maat...I think I did this up...but..brb...here's one page...that I'll just go ahead and quote...as it's well stated...
The Egyptian word for this balance was the Egyptian word for "truth," ma'at; this is perhaps the single most important aspect of Egyptian culture that you can learn. For once you really understand this concept, the whole of Egyptian culture begins to make sense. The order of the universe (ma'at ) functioned with unswerving accuracy; it was maintained by the goddess Ma'at. This meant that the concept of "truth" meant for the Egyptian the the rational and orderly working of the universe rather than its diverse phenomena. The Egyptian, then, believed that he or she understood how the universe operated; all phenomena could be explained by an appeal to this understanding of the rationality of the universe. I cannot emphasize strongly enough how important this concept of ma'at is to subsequent history. This idea that the universe is rational and that the "truth" of the universe is the underlying rationality and order of the universe rather than its diverse phenomena, passed from the Egyptians to the Greeks. The Greeks called the underlying order of the universe, logos, or "meaning," "order," "pattern." The early Christians adopted the logos in order to explain the moral order of the universe; the first line of the Gospel of John is, "In the beginning was the logos , and the logos was with God, etc." But the concept for the Greeks and the Christians was more or less the same as ma'at . The Egyptians believed that the ma'at of the universe was a god that benevolently ruled all aspects—human, material, and divine—of the universe; the Christians would likewise make the underlying rationality of the universe into God: "And the logos was God."
Ma'at was seen as being in charge with regulating the stars, seasons, and the actions of both mortals and the deities,  after she had set the order of the universe from chaos at the moment of creation.
They're figuring out the WindFireRainEarth stones....one last match....well...the redheaded girl is Maat...it appears...and rescues the world from pandemonium!
Balance Of Nature
In ecology, the idea that there is an inherent equilibrium in most ecosystems, with plants and animals interacting so as to produce a stable, continuing system of life on Earth. The activities of human beings can, and frequently do, disrupt the balance of nature.