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Re: Re[2]: dtt

At 10:30 AM 02/11/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>Although I am a birder, DDT saved millions of lives from malaria and other
>water-borne/mosquito disease.
>No question the shell of the eggs and bird of prey decline were due to many
>complex factors. I would like to see most pesticides back in use, but only
>used under strict supervision. Human health benefits should always be
>foremost in environmental matters, especially when we can control these
>The return of the eagle is nothing short of remarkable. Possibly we
>underestimate the resilence of wildlife, when you ban the hunting of it -
>note the deer population in the same vein. Will there eventually be too
>many eagles? Some birders are now warning of this.
>Interesting, if you have time to study recent volcanic eruption data, Mt.
>Pinutobo and Mt. St. Helens released more acid SO2 and fine particulate
>matter ( dust ) into the atmosphere than all mankind since the start of
>time. And the false science with the ozone hole is truly sad, from a
>scientific standpoint.
>Go back 100 years and the Southern European volcano eruptions caused major
>short-term climatic disruptions. Keep the whole earth balance in mind!!!
>     bruce
Thank You Bruce
I completly agree.

 We need to be carefull when listening to the "enviormental-political"
group, in deciding about these issues.   Many of the enviromental
phenomenon that we try to blame on man, are simply natural variables. 
Ran Lydell

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