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7-7-7 article ignores Live Earth Concerts event

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  • Sterling D. Allan
    ... From: Sterling D. Allan To: Deseret News Op-Ed Cc: jarvik@desnews.com Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2007 11:00 AM Subject: 7-7-7 article ignores Live Earth
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 7, 2007
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      Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2007 11:00 AM
      Subject: 7-7-7 article ignores Live Earth Concerts event

      Dear Deseret News Editor,
      Having been absorbed last night and today in viewing and reporting about "Live Earth: Concerts for a Climate in Crisis", I was astonished upon reading Elaine Jarvik's article about "Today is 07-07-07" to see that she makes no mention of the history-making concert series.  What an astonishing oversight. 
      It seems reflective of the cluelessness of the state of Utah in general about such issues, speaking generally, not specifically.
      What is even more baffling is that the article talks about the tradition of transformation that is associated with the number, yet it doesn't give a peep about the largest event concert in history, with a focus on transforming human awareness of their impact on the global climate and things we can do to make a difference.
      The concert event is taking place on all seven continents today, 07-07-07, and anticipates two billion people participating in nine packed stadiums and nearly 10,000 other smaller venues plus the Internet worldwide.
      No mention?  Come on Utah, stop giving the world reasons to be ashamed of you.  Even if you disagree with the human-contributed global warming premise, you should at least agree that this is a significant event for this century or even millennium, let alone this day.
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