Adam Leith Gollner
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“The playwright Edward Albee has characterized [the suddenness of the appearance of fruits and flowers in evolutionary history] as 'that heartbreaking second when it all got together: the sugars and the acids and the ultraviolets, and the next thing you knew there were tangerines and string quartets.”
“As Marshall McLuhan pointed out, we've become so removed from reality that we're starting to prefer artificiality.”
“To experience biophilia is to love a diversity that, as limitless as it is fragile, both haunts us and fills us with hope. ”
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