Thursday, March 09, 2000, 9:53:10 PM, you wrote:
CB> The following post ... is from a man who works the junk-science
CB> issue hard and supports industry; ...
CB> ...What is this debate doing to people?
With all due respect, I think you've got it backwards. The questions
are: What are people doing to this debate (that has no valid reason
to even exist)?
Is is really that painful or difficult (for some) to grasp a
biological-systems approach to the world we live in and are part of?
If so, what does that say about "our" educational system, or the
socio-politico-economic context in which it occurs?
And: Which are the forces that really and truly make the world run?
These are all rhetorical questions - meaning we all know (or should
know) the answers, but obviously are not all in agreement - and only
time will tell where the truth lies (unless that too is turned into
another gd commodity, in which case the word "world" can be
substituted for "universe" - and scratch one little phony world, that
wasn't capable of administrating it's own affairs). Of course, if only
for the confidence I myself hold and center on, my personal opinion is
that the truth will win out.
But the battle does have to be waged - until the rest discover that
there really wasn't any in the first place. given that the
over-riding, guiding principles are those of mutual cooperation, not
exploitation by certain "dominant" persons or groups.
The issue is simply bringing out into the open, divergence's that were
already there and need to be examined in full 4-D depth (the 4th
dimension is time - that is, sustainability).
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