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The fractal beauty of life

Benoit Mandelbrot, mathematician, scientist, troublemaker, passed away today at the age of 86. One of my greatest inspirations as a child, he had the courage and insight to look for new laws and new forms of organization in the messiest … Continue reading

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The Fruits of Our Labors

Yellow, Black, and Blues ยง SEEDMAGAZINE.COM. In this beautifully written article Joe Kloc examines the history of the honey bee and possible reasons behind the so-called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) which has affected a large percentage of the worlds honey … Continue reading

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