A nice video made by the Mill. Looks like Debbie Mollenhagens How to grow an Orangina bottle.
Being human is only a temporary state-of-mind :)
The way I see it, there's absolutely no need for a reference in the scientific-point-of-view other than what nature and culture meant to the human race in the past. If you want a discussion about ethics, then it could mean something... -however- You can't stop progress (an/or decrease). Now that we have entered the land of Oz, following that yellow brick road is the only logical thing to do. Mixing former-nature and former-culture through technology will eventually end up in great future-BLOBs: expanding lifeforms, capable of surviving anything, able to reach undefined boundaries. It's only a question of time.
Maybe Jos de Mul is correct with his notion of 'post history' he wrote about in the next nature pocket?
Ine Geevers: #YesNaturally was about co-evolution and partnership. How to become friends with o.a. bacteria, microbes and viruses. Because yes, they can be deadly and vital at the same time.
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