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Togetherness

Jellies are mostly colonial organisms, groups of animals collaborating to make a larger animal. In the open ocean, small fish take shelter inside the net of tentacles that the jellies use to feed, moving slowly through the water in sync with the pulse of the jellies’ bell. If we were to have the society we want, wouldn’t it look a lot like this?



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What Do We Want?

What Do We Want?

January 9, 2012

When my friend Katherine Ball was being interviewed by the Oregonian here in Portland during the Occupation this fall, she asked me to write up something to address the so-called…