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At 07:21 AM 7/02/02 -0800, you wrote:
>>My question was to do with the relative nature of fitness. It is the same
>>as my questioning of other subjective dichotomies.
>>I hope that I have made myself more clear this time Grant
>I wrote that reply to someone who remarked on a statement that engineering
>cultural change could be worth billions. I even forget who the original
>author was. But my point was that this is already happening. Apparently my
>remark grated on what appear to be leftist leanings.
Thanks for your reply grant. I have stored it away in my folder of most
interesting posts. But realy does my ecological preocupation make me
deserving of your acusation of being "leftist"? And isn't the left/right
thing jist another divisive, and subjective, dichotomy?
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