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Posted by Box Holder on March 21, 2002 06:16:43 UTC

Yasir wrote:

"I didn't read your post completely . . . . . don't actually understand it completely right now."


Thanks for reading part of it.
Sorry it didn't read right.
Maybe this makes more sense:


If we teach evolution wrong, with sloppy assumptions, that could have bad consequences.


What shall we all do about the fact that since about 1968, there are approximately two billion MORE people on Earth
who are 'currency-poor and under-educated'
AS COMPARED TO, for example, someone with a bachelor's degree in engineering or liberal arts or business, or who have life experience of similar sophistication.

Shall we slow down population increase to let education catch up, or shall we EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO EXTEND a very high resource consumption rate to every person in the world?
These are not rhetorical questions, but they are tough questions.

Thank you.

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