He distills the fundamental rules that govern birds, bees . . . all of nature.
By Brian Enquist
Posted 10.29.2004 at 6:00 pm 0 Comments
Brian Enquist talks about the natural world as if it were a wind-up clock. “If you take it apart, it’s very complex,” he says, “but there are some very simple principles that make it work.” And like a master Swiss watchmaker, he is looking for a set of universal laws that describe the
rhythms of plant and animal life.
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