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You 'know' This But You Can't Cite A Source, Right?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 19, 2002 02:55:17 UTC

In reply to my question:
Question #3
"3) How did this state of affairs come to be? "

The Poodle named "My real name is
Cliff Riley and Scott Abernathy" wrote:

"...In all honesty I don't know why they are in the situaiton they are in. "
"I do know that we (the U.S) are a small number of the total population and use up roughly 2/3 of the resources."

Since you said you have a good science background, maybe you can cite your reference on what you said you "know".
Is soil a resource? Do we use 2/3 of the soil? Is water a resource? Do we use 2/3 of the water?
Is air a resource? Does U.S. use 2/3 of the air?

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