It sure is; mine wants me out of the way far too quickly. (No doubt
some would disagree...)
Point was simply, the biosphere is far from irrelevant, and will
continue to be so. A simple drastic and prolonged weather change
would wipe out the majority of the human race very quickly via
starvation. (And then you've got boneheads ike Teller running (okay,
wheeling) around advocating massive weather interference when we
really don't know what the hell we're doing...)
On 16 May 2001, at 18:24, Randy Smith wrote:
> >From: "John Marlow" <email@example.com>
> >Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >To: email@example.com
> >Subject: Re: Clueless Bio Futurists
> >Date: Wed, 16 May 2001 15:38:35 -0700
> >It is we who are clueless regarding the complexities inherent in the
> >biosphere and its workings. More likely than not, we'll pollute or
> >tinker ourselves to death--not realizing, not caring, or both.
> But we are all dying anyway, John. Why not just let it rip and take our
> chances? Oh, yeah, I forgot...."future generaetions..."
> But isn't it time we stop being simply a tool of our DNA?
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