So God asked man: "You can see what your science, technology and progress can do. I gave you Garden of Eden, and you have turned it into Hell's Inferno... If I gave you another chance, would you do things differently?"
Man pondered. And in his mind's eye flashed the past - from the time he struggled against nature and its creation for survival to the time he learnt to master them, control them, destroy them and build as per his needs, for his growth, development, prosperity.
He thought of the struggles on the way, the wants, the deprivations, the desires.
Then he thought of the comforts of the modern life - the cushioned life, the ease of communication, transportation, and so many other 'ations'. With that there was the creation of nature in his own way, on his own terms - for pleasure, as a getaway from the monotony of life.
What's life without sacrifices, and those who sacrificed did so for a worthy cause - for the deserving few who knew how to enjoy.
This moment had been destined from the time fire was discovered, the wheel had been set in motion, and when he could beat his own drum across the woods...
He straightened, looked squarely in God's eyes and said, "No God, I don't think I would change anything..."