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RE: Immortality Vs. Mortality

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Posted by Andy™ on October 10, 2000 21:53:55 UTC

By your definition, you`re absolutly positivly correct (naturally, right :).

But, even if a plant spent all of its energy surviving a bad year, it would be made weak by that exertion and most likely not survive through the next year. (at least, not around here.)

When I think of imortality, I think of something that is too strong to die.

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