I am a little obsessed with explaining biology as I understand it. Partly because I hope that one-day my work will make it back to the people closest to me.
The ones who see me as “over the top”. The ones who talk about balance as if it existed outside of homeostasis- of terra-stasis.
The ones who cant get past the paradigm that plants are somehow holy and mobile organisms are either pets or pests.
Projecting opinion onto reality can be clever, we make amazing things, but have we ever done anything that had a net positive impact on biodiversity?
Even the great Nicholas Tesla, engineer, and a philosopher, did he consider what the effects would be of focusing and redirecting energy?
In our desire to tame nature and make our world more comfortable - we can never create energy, all we can do is remove relationship and borrow the energy that used to exist there.
We draw straight lines, where nature was taking the least direct path with the most incredible contrast.
We use levers and lenses, surface areas and edges, inclined planes to drive wedges - we short circuit biodiversity. Keeping only what is domestic-able, what will succumb to conditioning and follow our lines.
Back to the wave, back to the wobble, back to true balance,
Out of the groove and back to groovy!
Yeah Baby! The ocean is my teacher
B as water