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Sunday, August 18, 2013
There is an assumption, especially in the United States, that each generation will be better off than the one before it and that innovation and technology will continue advancing human progress.
There is a fundamental flaw in this notion, which every civilization has run up against: resources; they are inherently limited. And it doesn’t matter whether we are talking about a nation or the planet.
No other civilization has so rapidly depleted its resources as ours has. If we do not start nurturing our resources and cultivating renewable ones, we are digging our own graves.
Does it honestly matter if global warming is a natural phenomena or a man-made one?
There is nothing wrong with, and there is great virtue in, cultivating our own garden. What would be so wrong with changing the way we do things for the better, even if the reasoning behind it were flawed?
STRATTON WAYNE ST. CLAIR
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