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Re: enviromental concerns ?

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Mike (WA)

09-25-2013 13:53:07

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Interesting article in the Seattle Times a couple of months ago about the Willipa Bay oyster situation. And before you say its just propaganda by some liberal rag, I know Dave Nisbet, and he's as conservative as most farmers- but "facts is facts."

Same thing is happening to the King Crab industry in the Bering Sea.

Have never understood how intelligent people can assume we can continue to increase the population of the earth, seemingly without limit, without some consequences.

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09-25-2013 20:35:09

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 Re: enviromental concerns ? in reply to Mike (WA), 09-25-2013 13:53:07  
Human population and the nonsense that is man-made global warming are two entirely different subjects.


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Tom from Buckeye Lake

09-25-2013 14:26:39

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 Re: enviromental concerns ? in reply to Mike (WA), 09-25-2013 13:53:07  
I agree with Mike on the population problem. My maternal side of the family came here from Germany in 1717. Eberhart, my 11th Great Grandfather, had eleven kids. There is a genology website for our family, listing over 18,000 family members now.

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