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Globalisation limits diversity…

By Gavin, 9th April 2003

Diveristy Stimuates Cultural Growth // Globalisation limits diversity.

(note to self)
There is no conceptual difference between cultural, social and biological diversity. Each is critical to the ongoing survival of a species. Entropy is self-evident. This is a basis for rejecting globalisation. Globalisation in any form.

The biological analogy is the easiest to follow – limited gene-pools lead to extinction, monolithic structure overpowers itself and self-annihalates.

Biological extinction was limited and did not span species because it was is bounded (contained) within a localised geographic structure. However any homogeonised biological structures undermine biodiversity and therefore threaten the stability
of any bounded environment.

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