We outsourced our nourishment to people and places we don’t know. Most of us barely know how to grow a tomato. While it appeared efficient that others take care of our nourishment, we have lost essential skills that secure our survival as a civilization and preserve other life forms from being harmed exorbitantly. By losing our knowledge of how to nourish ourselves, we also lost the ability to take care of other life forms that we eventually depend on. Maybe ultimately, algorithms will solve all of our problems. Until then, we can acknowledge that the experiment to outsource what is part of our aliveness failed.