We picture humanity as a product of nature. However, thinking about how natural laws work, can we still consider human communities as part of this system of rules – in the same way as animals, plants and microorganisms?
Drifted somewhere in Germany under an eager soul, Simone is a bleeding scientist and writer. In his childhood, he gained few rudimentals about biology and poetry, blending the beauty of observation to the inner eye of literature. For the entire life, he has been suffering from a rare and unpleasant disease, which rocks down his bones and constantly ignites his flesh: the desire of truth.