Re: NANFA-- Worst environmental disasters?

R. W. Wolff (
Sat, 13 Oct 2001 20:23:06 -0500

> But neither are manmade, and from my personal standpoint I can't
> consider the dinosaur killer a disaster :-)

That is the point I was trying to convey. Its always assumed man is
destroying everything. "Nature" has more power than we can ever dream of.
And the thread , atleast the title, did not indicate it had to be man caused
disasters. I often watched powerful storms and wished I could harness all
that power. Its so incredible. It makes Bigfoot ( the truck) army tanks,
fighter jets, landmovers, and all our other big powerful things we build
look like hot wheels*. Maybe if the dinosaurs were still around some of the
species would thin out us humans. Just beind sarcastic, funny, and serious
all at once, but not at anyone time.

Ray - Imagining dinos in the warm autumn rain...

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