A lesser-known rotary engine within cells is responsible for a substantial portion of gases and nutrients that sustain the biosphere.
The text is too long to present here, so I will give one example: the “right to evolve.” The authors note that “evolution” has many meanings.
At the end of a perfect day, when the Sun is setting, the beams of light we see slant through the atmosphere nearly parallel (tangent) to the Earth’s surface.
Honeybees and cells have a limited set of options that are programmed into their genomes.
The “Ocean rights” approach would make the creatures of the sea co-equal with humans.