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"Faking Nature" begins with an identification of a particular kind of pernicious restoration—restoration that is used as a rationalization for the destruction of nature. On this claim, any harm done to nature by humans is ultimately repairable through restoration and therefore should be discounted. (http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestLigh.htm)
Explanation: Hi, my feeling is that in this context the illusion is that life, etc can be created. You might have to play around with this concept in order to fit it into the context, as the question remains open 'by whom will it be created' as 'creatable' is obviously not an English word.
Marijke Mayer Netherlands Local time: 07:44 Native speaker of: Dutch PRO pts in pair: 525