Our universe is really six worlds according to Chemist and Dean Henry Eyring:

the minute world of the atomic nucleus and atomic bomb . . . the world of chemistry made of atoms and molecules. . . the world of the living cell and biology. . . the world of everyday (of people, nations, and social problems; of plants, food, and production and distribution problems; of natural resources and ecological systems) . . . the world of stars extending millions of miles . . . the eternal world with neither beginning nor ending of space and time.

Faculties intensively trained in the worlds of chemistry and biology tend to forget that more than 80 percent of agriculture and agronomy graduates will serve primarily in the world of everyday. Few will work witth the atoms and molecules of chemistry and cells of biology but all will live in the world of everyday.



agronomy, environment, ecology

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