Re: virus: Re: my heart

Luree Dell-Bryan (
Fri, 27 Oct 95 10:53 PDT

>>At any rate, they were much less damaging to the
>>planet than the civilization which overran them.
>There are some important exceptions to this statement, important enough to lead
>us to pause before we consider them mere exceptions to a rule.
> When the incentive came to trap beaver to
>eradication, they did so. Until that time, they did not.
>My guess is that the context of incentives has far more significance than
>"attitudes toward nature" or the like.
What a sad commentary on human beings. We are solely motivated by greed,
even to the exclusion of a survival instinct. Our entire population might
be eradicated because greed is more important than environmental concerns.