In the last article, we were looking at things that you can only see under a microscope, and it would have been wonderful to continue in that vein because — as much as it creeps a lot of people out — there is so much “out there”, and also “in here”, that is invisible to the naked eye.
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ot so much in the news as viruses, but bacteria can definitely be classified as “living” and — astonishingly — they comprise two of the three major branches of carbon-based life. For every non-bacterian form of life, there is at least one type of uniquely evolved bacteria, and who knows what else waiting to emerge.
It would be nice to think that we are all friends, but I do have to be careful sometimes, after all there are always a few politicians, corporations and other assorted members of the elite who will do anything they can to ensure no cracks open into the real world.
Imagine the scenario: you are speaking to a crowd of people who have been enthusiastically lapping up your words and are ready for the great conclusion that is going to lead them to a better life. “The answer is at the other end of the country; you can take any route you like,” you tell them.