I am a writer. Currently I perform professional academic papers for WritingsBay. Check out a part of my work: The role of seeds in biodiversity is something I am also passionate about. Iâ€™ve never been one for uniformity - in any sense of the word. Iâ€™ve always found things more appealing the more varied they are. In my art and writing I have a habit of randomness and stream of consciousness/compulsiveness that results in a collage of strange angles and new definitions. Biodiversity is, I believe, crucial to building a successful future. As we move steadily towards mono-cultures in all things our ability to adapt and evolve is rapidly removed. Imagine a world where all Americans had blond hair and blue eyes, stood 5' 10â€ tall with no variation what so ever. They all resemble their parents and their grandparents before them â€“ exactly. Or that all music sounded the same. This is what mono-cropping and mass-seed propagation is doing to our plant life. Seeds, after all, are a foundation. To quote Ecology Action's (the nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching the GROW BIOINTENSIVE method in third world countries) booklet Growing to Seeds: "These plants and their seeds are gardens to come." Possibility is Biodiversity. We, human beings, need to be nurtured and to grow and to plant our seeds in an "open pollinated" (e.g. being able to choose from the world wide selection of mates through a free-flow, natural process) environment if we are to develop new, crazy, unique, beings - same as plants. We, in a way, are plants.