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ATP , adenosine triphosphate
 
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ATP , adenosine triphosphate


golfegg, you bring up ATP , adenosine triphosphate. Since my biology days I have considered symbiotic relationships essential to life... in other words we do not exist without a symbiotic relationship with mitochondria, and mitochondria do not exist without us. This could be extended to all biotic organisms both good and bad because we are adapted to our environment and reliant on it for our survival, if we were not adapted to live with/within it AND/OR we destroyed it beyond our ability to adapt, we would not exist.

All one would need for this relationship proof is to understand a crash of a major human food source system and the resultant die off. This is why messing with GMOs scares the heck out of me.

You take this a step further than my understanding to plants and chlorophyll... further tying this symbiotic relationship together.

Could this process be the doorway to THE link with all that is?

Just a thought

grz
 

 
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