We humans are incredibly powerful in doing this. We can research, we can come up with the facts, biodiversity, the miracles of nature. We build a system that goes to the moon based on facts and reality of what we’ve learned. But I don’t see that as necessarily being education. Here’s the difference, at the Bronx Zoo in New York, they have a wonderful classroom and they bring people out of one classroom from the Bronx and they put them in a classroom at the Bronx Zoo, and somebody comes out with a king snake and a frog and they show it. And then they tell you why a rhinoceros is so dangerous because it’s got that big horn out there. And you can learn things like or a rhinocerous eats thorn bush. You can learn that at the Nature Science Center, at the St Louis Zoo.