In nature nothing exists alone  

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"Here again we are reminded that in nature nothing exists alone. To understand more clearly how the pollution of our world is happening, we must now look at another of the earth's basic resources, the soil."--Silent Spring (1962) by Rachel Carson

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"in nature nothing exists alone" is a dictum by Rachel Carson recorded in Silent Spring (1962).

The fuller fragment reads:

"Here again we are reminded that in nature nothing exists alone. To understand more clearly how the pollution of our world is happening, we must now look at another of the earth's basic resources, the soil."

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