The deeper science peers into the universe, whether it be the remotest reaches of space or the sea’s depths the more we must marvel at the intricate, subtle, and marvelous texture of reality. This study confirms for us once again that cooperation has been and remains a far more potent factor in life and evolution than competition. We can learn to live without competition, but without cooperation nothing would survive — and we would cease to be human.
Could the sea be conscious?
Reposted from Daily Mail.Com , Feb. 13, 2013, Article by Damian Gail.
- U.S. researchers find that different forms of picoplankton react as one to environmental changes
- Although as different as humans and fungi, the creatures’ behaviour was linked
- Findings could help researchers understand why some species are impossible to grow in isolation