You ever look at seawater under a microscope? There is a ton of stuff going on that’s invisible from a distance. Creatures that look like they came out of a Guillermo del Toro movie, weird polypy things, what is even that squiggly stuff? Anyway, this is Gloucester, today. We have all kinds of things going on that no one is talking about. Some of it is weird and exciting, much of it is boring but immensely important. We’re like biologists before the microscope. Actually, more accurately, we’re like scientists after the microscope was taken away and for some unknown reason and the science of biology is now being conducted by blind, angry people shouting at each other. With spittle. There is a lot of spittle. So we’re going to try and turn the microscope back on. Sure, we’re going to do some of the shouting, but at least we’ll have an informed point of view. You wanna help? Go to a meeting, an event a hearing. Get some info and write it up for us. Have an opinion, fine. But at least get the data.