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Re: systemic acquired resistance (SAR).

  • Subject: Re: systemic acquired resistance (SAR).
  • From: "Lu Treadway" <Hostanut@Bellsouth.net>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 20:29:10 -0400

> It seems to me that many thing that appear supernatural in
nature have
> natural explanations when science digs deep enough. We
have just scratched
> the surface and already our would is stranger than we can
comprehend. It's
> hard to imagine what lies ahead.

My fairies are not amused Dan. They do not appreciate being
explained away in science! :-)


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