“In a complex relationship with the environment, very similar substances with the same chemical structure can become quite different in their reality and form”
“On the evolutionary tree, we humans are sitting at the tip of our lonely branch…We have the same roots as all living organisms. All those similarities are there. Our cellular processes depend upon the same biology, and we are subject to the same properties of physics and chemistry. We are all carbon-based creatures. Yet ever species is unique, and we are too. Every species has answered the problem of survival with a different solution, filling a different niche…Homo sapiens entered a cognitive niche…
…in one sentence Garrison Keillor captures humanness…such a simple sentiment, yet so full of human complexity…
BE WELL. DO GOOD WORK. KEEP IN TOUCH.“
Another strong recommendation from me for those interested in the what’s and how’s and some where’s and when’s of being a particular we.