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Nora Bateson

Nora Bateson

Frankenstein Apples

Using stories from her father Gregory Bateson’s work on ecology, Nora Bateson speaks to our obsession with growth, and how singling out specific organisms for development creates a perilous imbalance in the complex and interdependent process of ecology.

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  1. Thank you for bringing Nora Bateson’s important message! It left me wandering when did we, as a specious, stop hearing the stop-growing messages. It seems to me that the culture of more/better/bigger we’re expressing, is a kind of specious cacer, that brings us and everything around us down. Maybe some of us are becoming more aware of thses messages, I hope we’ll all hear them in time…

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