Saturday, April 14, 2007

Qué tan interconectados estamos (con nuestras bacterias)?

Just how interconnected are we? The work of biologist Lynn Margulis and writer Dorion Sagan indicates we're interconnected in ways few of us have probably ever considered. In fact, instead of viewing ourselves as the pinnacle of evolution, it may be more accurate to think of ourselves as a colony of closely associated bacteria.

Tomado de IN CONTEXT #34: A Quarterly of Human Sustainable Culture. Exploring Our Interconnectedness. 1993.

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