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Re: SV: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] General Principles

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  • val2160
    ... and ... we ... Yes, the industrial revolution provides a demarcation between what man, historically considered and now, considers fantastic.-Val
    Message 1 of 5 , May 2, 2010
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      --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, Kim Graae Munch
      <kimgm@...> wrote:
      >
      > Before and in the beginning of the industrial revolution, before the
      > Consumer Society, things were manufactured in the near area, both food
      > and non food, and there wasn't produced anything which weren't used,
      and
      > therefore the need for storage and transport were negligible. Today
      we
      > have waste in transportation, in destruction of both unused and used
      > goods, and production of enormous amounts of unnecessary products.
      > It's
      > really fantastic that it's possible to produce gods in China and send
      > it to USA and Europe, and that it's still cheaper than producing it
      > locally. No, it's not fantastic, it's because petrol is too cheap in
      > comparison to the amount back on Earth. Set CO2 tax on petrol, and the
      > local companies could compete.
      > Kim

      Yes, the industrial revolution provides a demarcation between what man,
      historically considered and now, considers fantastic.-Val
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