Similarity of this Culture and Bacteria – part 3/3

So doing some more work on the connection between our culture and bacteria.

I was thinking today that there are so many empty shops where I live, and because of those empty shops there are less people coming here.

This phenomenon I guess is valid for everywhere right now.

Such as citylife or towns or villages, where one finds a community of the people of our culture, it is dependent on the people who live there, like any other community of life.

Right now, the shop that used to sell really good chicken and chips is now closed, so there are less people coming here because they won’t find that thing they needed. The entity that provided the function that replaced hunting and gathering, its no longer there. 

That is food. Life or death stuff. Understandable.

But, what about clothes? There are certain clothes and accessories shops for young adults, and most of them are closed or empty.Therefore that too means that those young adults don’t come either.

Well how may survive eating one box of chicken and chips a week, how many bracelets or t-shirts do you need? Either way, if those shops were open, it was because people needed some aspect of whatever they bought from those stores.

the bacteria in the petri dish would prefer a more nutrient-rich environment, 

the bacteria that are on the side of a nutrient-dense petri dish, I guess, would grow better or faster.  

So then, does that mean these shops providing these products or services, in some way that I can’t figure out right now, have some biological benefit to this organism, in this case – the collective organism of the peoples of our culture. 

I’m not only talking about the clothes, or the chicken, There’s also the physical transaction between the buyer and seller. The customer, and the teller. The provider and receiver. 

In an environment where something like that is required, if the necessity for somewhere like that to exist, the actual where and the how of the interaction taking place, is it as important for the survival of the organism, as the more nutrient dense substrate is for the bacteria inside the petri?

If this is an acceptable analogy, then how does the internal culture of the people providing that service or product, shape its use and function upon the people availing of those services or consuming their products.

certain cells are energised by x-rays and other Radioactive energy. So the heightened energy affects how and what cells do. their DNA using whatever is around them as their own substrate, is going to have different results depending on the type of energy it itself consumes or is subject to.

The nucleus of cells get energy just from being part of the Universe. There are neutrinos and loads of stuff happening around us, whether or not we are conscious of them visually.

how does the energy of the people providing the product or the service affect its user. 

and it has to be cyclical. 

Otherwise you would have small patches of places of just a blanket of individuals, instead of clumps of communities, villages and towns. 

People go to the places that are successful or trustworthy, or close, for it is one of these things that the customers return, like a colony of bacteria in a petri dish.

#anthropocentric