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A radical new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsh environment of the land, a continuing process that is at work even now. In the sea, nutrients pass with ease between organisms. But when life invaded land, it was forced to evolve more complex relationships to sustain itself. The authors argue that this complex, landbound form of life, in which all organisms find ways to carry the sea within them, essentially means that all forms of life beyond the sea are interconnected, and moreover, hypersea. An important book which may alter the way we perceive the living world.