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Re: our war on nature,when will it stop... (O.T.)
It's a bit dark but along these lines Louie and I guess the fact we discuss the enumerable one day reality is a good thing for our own sense of humanity but years ago I was on my only trip to Europe which was the UK. I was in England and Scotland, was staying with a B&B in Inverness and chatting with the host about the then plight of polution/other in our world (had been a big theme in that year's presidential race with Dukakis and whoever else in the pre Bush years). He commented that it was not mother nature that had the problem, mother nature would take care of itself it was us that had to worry. Simplistic but true.
On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 7:18 PM, Louie Angulo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
yes thats it,we think we do great until nature knocks on the door
The guys at Chernobyl though they were doing fine as well,but we forget too easy
mother nature has never declared wars on us,it just remind us what it
wont negotiate with;-)
On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 9:16 AM, John Tidwell <email@example.com
> Considering that Japan's nuclear plants were running fine until a massive earthquake & tsunami, I would think the question should be....
> Nature's war on us, when will it stop?
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