We are early days yet pandemic-wise. We are dealing with who knows what right now. I have a two-fer question. Answer what you will, or speculate even further. That’s the Kudzu effect. Cotton candy dissolves away when dipped in water. It vanishes, leaving behind a slightly sweet coloured water. Kudzu vines are fast growing vines that twine and branch out covering every static object they encounter. I’m asking what the pandemic cotton candy is - by that I mean what fundamental or every-day things/behaviours etc have already vanished (possibly forever) or may vanish like the mist in the next 12-18 months. The second part of my question - what will morph and mutate and engulf and change until a vast array of brand new industries, social interactions, commerce, law, governments are ... ? There is a major world-wide pressure on humans today. We are in the first stages of a massive phenomenon brought on by the Covid-19 Virus. Social distancing with all it brings is shutting down the complex international web of capital and commerce, people and goods. The livelihoods and health of a large percentage of humanity is compromised. How will we continue to function together in this big new 3D/digital world? What will become of our cities and countries as we figure how to maintain the law, keep lights on and food on the table, maintain empathy and consideration for our fellow humans? There are questions everywhere that are vital for now and for our future. I could see the questions themselves grow like a kudzu vine.