Don’t you just love to read stories that have words like: “In a stunning discovery that overturns decades of textbook teaching”?
I know I do. 808 more words
Humans are drawn to nature. We feel better when we spend time in forests, gardens, or parks. Edward O. Wilson termed this desire to connect with nature “biophilia.” It implies that an instinctive bond exists between humans and other living systems. 7 more words
“Thus, rather than seek dominance or control over nature, let us dance with the earth and existing systems. It’s important we begin to appreciate that life is not an accident, not a byproduct, not a random happenstance; life is the purpose of this universe, created and sustained within infinitely complex interdependent systems. 369 more words
Mossio, M. and Bich, L. (2014). La circularité biologique: concepts et modèles. In F. Varenne, S. Dutreuil, P. Huneman and M. Silberstein (eds.), Modéliser & simuler. 24 more words