Hehe, plants existed fine without us around when they first started migrating from water 450 million years ago!
On 25-May-07, at 4:23 PM, Niklas Nisbeth wrote:
On 5/25/07, Karl vom Dorff <karl@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:From a biological perspective, plants are primary producers, without them the world wouldn't exist. Via photosynthesis, they convert solar energy into chemical energy and provide food for secondary consumers. OS X, and all other operating systems with animals can be viewed as secondary consumers because they've taken pieces from other operating systems, whereas Haiku produced itself.But without animals to turn the plants and their waste products (oxygen) into, err, fertiliser and carbondioxide, the plants would die too... I think?