The most evolutionary ancient part of the brain, the brain stem is made up of three basic regions-midbrain, pons, and medulla oblongata. Evolutionary highly conserved and the most primitive brainstem system, which extends from the spinal cord to the basal diencephalon, links the “higher-order” brain to the spinal cord and controls communication between the cerebral cortex and the spinal cord and peripheral nerves. The brainstem system controls basic drives and reactions that appeared far back in evolutionary time, with the emergence of terrestrial vertebrates. E.g. many involuntary actions, such as swallowing, are controlled by nervous cells of the brain stem. Human unmotivated destructive actions may be seen as a reaction to perceived threat that is mediated by the threat-response system in the brain stem. Now, an experiment is in progress with the planet, devised to test its ability to sustain and tolerate the burden of human unmotivated and not properly reflected destructive actions. No human brain has ever openly declared this experiment or supported it, but its elementary destructive actions are nonetheless carefully planned, actively pursued and strongly supported by lots of conscious cerebral cortexes. This CEREBRART work illustrates artistically an idea that human destructive actions biologically rooted in our evolutionary ancient past may induce not only destruction of our external environment but also destruction of our own brains.