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Re: Hybrids


Iw Neill who said that and I never agreed. My point in this special topic
would be: by what standards do we qualify nature in terms of "perfect" or
not. I don't think I'd know a useful answer to that. Well, aroids are
perfect..........for one. Face it: some look perfect, others are perfectly
boring, some smell perfect, others smell perfectly bad. What more do we


----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas Mottl <moto_do@t-online.de>
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Sent: dinsdag 2 mei 2000 1:45
Subject: Re: Hybrids

> Only one question to Neil and Wilbert which both wrote that nature is not
> perfect.
> What is not perfect in Nature?
> Please only one example I found nothing or am I blind?
> Thanks in advance
> Thomas

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