Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Sunday, September 19, 2021
Working on a new partnership project ‘Quinoa-associated fungi in the Andes: diversity, conservation, and sustainable use’.
Quinoa seeds are rich in protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins, amino acids, and dietary minerals in amounts greater than in many grains.
The spread of production of quinoa may involve farming into ecologically fragile ecosystems, threatening both the sustainability of producer agriculture and the biodiversity of quinoa. Working with several partners on this project aiming at healthier ecosystems, sustainable cultivation, and resilient communities.
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Technology is a good friend but may be a bad master!
Getting into the 'wrong trousers' can be dangerous!
Lest humanity get into the 'wrong trousers' and lose the battle of survival to our own 'inventions', we need to understand the position of machines as living-system as they evolve and the real position of the human kind in nature.
Correcting the taxonomical identity of the human kind and technology is very significant to conservation of life as we realise that we don't and can't 'control' the evolution of machines but are perhaps still able to devise some legislations to protect the human kind from their rivalery.
READ the Cybernetic Recombination & the Biology of Technolog to find out how bilogists missed out on technolgy as a form of life and on the correct position of the human kind in nature.
The Cybernetic Recombination & the Biology of Technology is not a piece of science fiction, prediction or a clever projection but is a proposed correction of (biological) taxonomy to represent the status quo of humanity and life as is and has been for thousands of years based on evidence.
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