“THERE’S A BOAT THAT’S LEAVIN’…..Get-on-board!”
Game on! The clock has started! (24 hours)
MISSION CONTROL Report: 24 hour milepost: I hear crickets, my friends!
The Society is NOW The I.B. NETWORK
See Networks in Life 
My Network Challenge is:
Each member, within 72 hours, exchange an e-mail with one other blogger on this list [someone with whom you have not before communicated].
Then report in the comments section of this post.
Game on! The clock has started!
MISSION CONTROL Report: 24 hour milepost: I hear crickets my friends!
Faraday’s Candle – USA
Rose Crosby – England
Alex Markovich- Russia
Maja (some of you know her as Masgauten) – Norway
Richard Schulte -San Diego, California, USA
Gift David, Nigeria
Ellen Hawley, Cornwall, England.
Monique Amado Germany/ USA
Debby Kaye, Canada
Olubukola Ogunniyi, Nigeria
Matt Banner, Utah, USA
Nya (Reads) Portugal and the United Kingdom
Chhiti Pandey, Holland and India.
Miguelangelddl – Spain
.Charles Clanton Rogers – USA
Janice Wald -USA
 I believe that we humans live in an inexplicable and subjective milieu of individuals, genetically, necessarily and unalterably attached to one another. The lines on our maps are arbitrary. Our patron Saints are Galileo Galilei and Charles Darwin. Our flags are the genomes of the species.
Addy Pross  gives us sound attitude: “Each individual is part of a nuclear family, which, in turn, is part of an extended family, which is part of a local community, which is part of larger groups of the human organization.
The survival of the community requires far more than the individual. Reproductively speaking, individuals are incomplete. Biologically speaking, our individuality is actually non-existent.” That’s why a new pregnancy catches our attention. That powerful and compulsive news resonates with our fundamental selves.
“Just as importantly, we are also emotionally incomplete. Various psychological elements also connect us to the network. We obsessively need to be with others. We think of ourselves as individuals, but we are really just components of a network.” [Our “lifeboat” is not just many individuals, but an ever-expanding living network.] “The irrepressible force of life leaves no stone unturned in seeking ways to extend the invaluable larger Life [of which we are the stewards]. We obsessively need to be with others. We think we are separate, but we are one. We think of ourselves as individuals, but we are really just components of a network. 
Life has a purpose! The purpose is the process. The process is the product! ccr
 Charles Clanton Rogers [personal communication]
 Addy Pross, What is Life?: How chemistry becomes biology
Charles Clanton Rogers
“Before I built a wall I’d ask to know
What I was walling in or walling out,
And to whom I was like to give offense.
Something there is that doesn’t love a wall,”