Across the broad expanse of the natural landscape, a multitude of organisms communicate chemically to distinguish themselves individually, as members of a like-kind and to define position and willingness to relate.  

An ecological overture plays across the landscape, triggering human sensitivity into corresponding neural response.  Inscribed with chemical syntax, the foundation of memory re-activates into human consciousness with each subsequent exposure to the same chemical cue.  A cacophony of chemical idiom circulates across human sensitivities, formed from the semantics of combined elements into a rich vocabulary of compounds and through modulating frequencies and varying strengths of signal emission, a lexicon corresponds with human sensitivity to underpin language formation and the storage and recall requirements necessary for a successful human inhabitancy.  As every natural landscape expresses a different chemical conversation, so do its human inhabitants develop a uniquely conforming environmental vernacular.

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