Re: NANFA-- choices
Sun, 10 Sep 2000 11:38:15 EDT

In a message dated 00-09-09 03:38:51 EDT, Norm wrote:

<< In the long run, none of this matters. There is no way to curb the human
population growth, and we will just have to give up nature in favor of human
survival. Trees, meadows, polar ice, and yes, even fish are all going to be
given up in the name of survival of this building swarm of people >>

My hat's off to you - you hit the bull's eye dead center. And the part about
governmental control; it's logically the natural progression and result of
over population and the resultant competition for scarce resources.

Bruce Scott

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