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Posted by David Oakley on September 3, 2003 02:16:16 UTC

Everyone's being a bit depressing here,now come on things are alot better than they have been.
Is it not possible that we will incorperate our "Tree of knowledge" with our growing understanding of nature.
In the recent past we have seen many nice things come out of science, people are looking at nature, life differently. Recycling, enviromental respect, etc.
We now have access to loads of information, people will become more infromed, This may make it harder for the powers that be to abuse their power, maybe.
Yes, big science is becoming expensive, but that maybe natural too(?). It could be natures way of saying "Woaw, slow down there, spread the technology through, into your surroundings before going to far ahead"
I don't really know, but to me the world looks better today than it did yesterday, I don't think science will destroy us, because today I'm an optimist, I have a smile on my face. Smile at someone, anyone and they may smile back, when they do that is a power greater than any and it's man-made and natural. I think that is what we are trying to do more of make people smile. War, pollution, abuse at no time in our past have these things been so heavily frowned upon.

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