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Transduction - leading transformation - Issue #45

Benjamin P Taylor
Benjamin P Taylor
Mythopoesis and family systems, neurons in fungi and autopoiesis, food sustainability, microscopic tardigrades, the invention of hallways and sad mangy pumas, McKinsey and Seinfeld and using time wisely, erratic justice and rat-running motors, creation of autocrats, fines for the underlings, neolithic figures and ‘the female brain’, the benefits cap and increasing child poverty, Lakshmi in Pompeii and Heathrow covid misery, tax avoidance and, sadly, a content warning for discussion of teenage suicide.
These are a few of the things in this week’s edition.

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