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[GreenYes] Re: Peak Metal and Landfill Mining


I have to agree with you, but by extension then, you are saying that mining
is absurd as well...which, by the numbers I¹ve been reading of late, I agree
with as well?except that we need all that stuff to make this glorious world.

db

on 9/1/06 6:04 PM, Alan Muller at amuller@no.address wrote:

> At 02:00 PM 9/1/2006 -0400, David Biddle wrote:
>> I just read an article and listened to a podcast on Landfill Mining by a
>> senior editor with Wired magazine from July of this year. Very interesting,
>> especially since it is from the perspective of a lay ?expert.? I thought it
>> might be a nice bookend to all this talk about landfill mining.
>
> Interesting, but ultimately absurd--in my opinion. I think this stuff could
> be harmful if it serves to promote indiscriminate dumping as a sustainable
> activity.
>
> am
>
> "It is better to remain silent and be thought a
> fool than to speak and remove all doubt."


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