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Posted by Jerrod Woodruff on April 4, 2003 04:27:02 UTC

interesting topic. All of our fossil fuels WILL eventually be used, as well as other precious elements. And in return, we leave this planet all of our wonderful landfills and pollutants. However, I wonder how prematurely the planet will be raped to extinction? It seems as though this "taking" is inevitable as far as our species is concerned (at least for us "civilized" ones). Who knows what the next evolutionary step will be, but I know that you can't get "something from nothing". Maybe the answer "lies in the trash". Someone once told me "Jerrod, don't Language Removed in your own nest", but I do everyday and frankly, it's beginning to smell. This computer I'm on now is coal-powered, I wonder if it can be converted to trash-power?

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