Plants make food for everyone else, but they couldn’t do it without a lot of help from their microbial friends.
If these codes were written large on paper, it would be like walking on piles of blueprints and dictionaries at every step.
Take a look at a plant that takes nothing but gives everything. Why should it deliver so much good to so many?
Having ourselves turned into dirt — or worse — reflects at least an implied philosophical view that it doesn’t ultimately matter that we ever existed.
“The hydrological cycle has reliably delivered water to the terrestrial ecosystems of planet Earth for millions of years.”