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Glowlit Update – A Network For Information Sharing

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In the last several decades, our understanding of the plant world has changed substantially. Plants were once considered competing organisms, but are now understood to be connected through vast underground fungal networks. In fact, about 90% of land plants are in mutually-beneficial relationships with fungi, whose thread-like mycelia form a physical network that facilitates communication, sharing of nutrients, and even protection against intruders. Not only are different species of plants interconnected, they actually depend on each other to thrive.

The same is true for markets. We often think of market players only as competitors, but markets actually exist. . .

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