Some of the earliest life on Earth were microbes that built towers of limestone, vacating the lower levels as the spray rose around them. What if metropolis today did the same as the seas rose?
Human innovation has long been inspired by other animals, from the mad thistle flora that spurred the invention of Velcro to the kingfisher bird that helped technologists motif bullet trains. It’s called biomimicry: looking to nature’s arrangements, designings, and processes for inspiration to solve human questions. So wouldn’t it make sense, then, that as climate change threatens to offset countries around the world godforsaken, with rising sea levels and intense heat, we could learn something from the action the earliest life figures subsisted when Earth had similarly stern surroundings?
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