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Re: [hreg] Oceans of the World

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  • Edward Kramer
    The oceans and hydrogen are the key to the future-we need to unlock the bottle and let the genie out. Edward Kramer ... From: William To: hreg@yahoogroups.com
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 10, 2006
      The oceans and hydrogen are the key to the future-we need to unlock the bottle and let the genie out.
       
      Edward Kramer
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: William
      Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006 6:59 AM
      Subject: [hreg] Oceans of the World

      Hello all,
      While I realize this is not on topic with actual RE
      promotion and technical information we usually debate. I think it is
      pertinent given todays situation. I will post this link with regret
      AND with sincere hope that our world can learn (quickly) how all-
      encompassing our natural world is and what Nature itself has been up
      to as we figure out how best to clean up oue little blue planet.
      Perhaps the lesson here is to utilize our wastes better, recycle
      biomasses to make energy, mandate sewer and fertlizer recovery for
      more energy recovery. As of now our wastes into the oceans of the
      world have created a "niche" for some of the most prehistoric and
      damaging plant and animal life us Humans will come to know. This is
      very dear to me, I have lived in/under and around Seas and Oceans
      all of my life. They have provided sustanence,physical activities
      (diving,surfing, fishing and windsurfing) , Relaxation both mentally
      and spiritually for almost all of my 47 years. A connection exists
      for all of us, to our natural world, from the land masses to the
      edge of the seemingly limitless oceans.
      For myself, as we continue to try to solve the problems and cost
      of energy in our modern culture I will keep in mind the value and
      cost to be paid if we lose the Earths greatest engines of our
      weather, the largest ecosystem that keeps our world thriving.
      Seventy-percent of it.
      So lets keep on solving these issues one at a time without
      persecution or doubt. If it works great, if it does not move on we
      seem to not have time to waste.
      www.latimes. com/news/ local/oceans/ la-oceans- series,0, 7842752.special

      Respectfully,
      Bill Stange

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