T H E W O R L D A S N E T W O R K
Our world is organized on the principle of networks. Everywhere we look, networks can be discovered. It was the emerging new science of ecology in the early 20th century which observed that species were linked together through their feeding relations with each other (aka food chains). Subsequently, it was unders- tood that these links are an integral part of a network known as the food web which connects all species in an eco-system with one another.
This food web acts as a a kind of natural “circular economy” in which even the waste of one species is the food and nourishment of another species.
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