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Web Of Life

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This is a story about good and bad, smart and short-sighted, about a bright future or the demise of the human race and most of the life on planet Earth. It's about the weakness of the singular and the power of the collective.

You might wonder how this has anything to do with you. You're a decent person who loves trail running and being in Nature. You say "I just want to get on with my life, be good to those around me, and make a fair living."

Well, it's your right, and your duty to do all that. But when we look beyond our own little islands, it becomes clear that we

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