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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on August 29, 2002 23:36:10 UTC

Dear Aaron,

The best way to lose our national sovereignty is not just to make international agreements, but to NEGLECT OUR SCIENTIFIC DUTY!
If we don't work harder at creating a smarter economy with better resource usage and more innovative ways to conserve, butts will be kicked sooner than it may seem!
The real planet we live on has real serious issues with the environment. If when I say "sustainable growth" you say "social engineering socialist!" you are not talking about the free enterprise system-mixed economy that I'm talking about.

If the Earth Summit does not play fair with the United States, then just sign the parts you can agree with! Be critical of the Earth Summit -- no problem!

This should not even be a debate in the usual sense of the word. There are deep technical issues involved which will be lost in the process. Debates are a way to vie for influence and sway a crowd of persons whose reason for attending may vary from idle interest to actual disinterest or a mere wish to be entertained or seen in their fine clothes. The stakes are too high to play this
footsy game where we dismiss the issue by talking about what the folks ate.


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