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On Wednesday, February 6, 2002, at 10:02 , Grant Callaghan wrote:
> The savages were more eco-balanced because there weren't so
> many of them.
I think that's the main reason any society might be described
(however erroneously) as eco-balanced.
Don't answer the question, of course, as to _why_ there are so
damn many of us now, royally messing things up and not giving a
fetid pair of dingo's kidneys about it....
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