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Impairment Can Be, Or Not Be, Cruel

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 11, 2003 00:01:49 UTC

I was thinking of the cruelty
of being the herbivore whose
tiny reverie would be upset by a
very wasteful predator and repeating
this ad nauseum...not for centuries, or
thousands of centuries, but for more than
100,000 millenia.
There are probably compensations in nature
as the Universe reabsorbs each creature's spirit or something? What of the individual cells of
algae being eaten by some underwater creature?
This kind of abuse is said to be still going on!

Yes, Falk said we should admit evolution is true,
but we don't have to endorse it...especially now that a few of us are semi-sentient part of the time. I have sure been doing a lot of PR for Falk in the past 8 years. Dawkins is right I am sure.

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