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Posted by Harvey on April 12, 2002 18:41:32 UTC

Richar,

If you mean the human world, then I might think that human beings living furthest from a nuclear holocaust or disease epidemic might be humanity's best chance. For example, if you lived in an isolated part of South America (e.g., in the Amazon), then maybe whatever destruction befell everyone in major cities would not overly affect your survival. Just a thought.

Warm regards, Harv

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