reply to post by TheMindWar
I can feel the sadness and rage in your words and we know that the majority of us share it. Therefore, as a majority, when using terms about who
values what, it is useful to define terms.
Amazingly, when one strives to be as specific as logically possible, with a dose of bias for humanity, we can find a greater truth in this
Let us analyze: more of us are at risk from these chemicals than run the businesses or military branches or government. As the movement of awakening
continues to blossom, inevitably cleaning up and neutralizing these threats will become exquisitely important and precious, most valuable of all
knowledge, or pretty close.
See what I am getting at? It won't be about how expensive it is to clean it up, it will become cheaper than the destruction possible to dwindling
resources in light of other threats that may not be able to be neutralized.
The less of a thing, the more valuable it becomes. There will never fail to be a market for clean water and aquatic creatures and plants. As more
die, those with solutions will be heralded as the saviours of mankind, and many will struggle towards that achievement, I think.
The person or people who neutralize this threat will be praised by all people, won't they? Even those who have had no reason to praise anything or
anyone will benefit from this, and will rejoice at the achievement.
My prediction, on the premise that there is enough time.
Further, if it can be empirically proven that these agents are out in the currents and appear definitely on shorelines, international pressure would
force a solution of some kind to be found. At great cost to the initial victims.
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