When we see a network of relationship among leaves, twigs, branches, and a trunk, we call it a tree. When we draw a picture of a three, most of us will not draw the roots. Yet the roots of a tree are often as expansive as the parts we see. In a forest, the roots of all trees are interconnected and form a dense underground network in which there are no precise boundaries between individual trees.
-The web of life, Fritzof Capra
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
The web of life
Sharing some essays from different interesting university classes over the years. This one is from Human Ecology, translated from Swedish- ...
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. Got a tip about the comic The long tomorrow from a close friend after reading last post. The comic was made by Dan O'Bannon in 1975. ...