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Let's not stop with Global Warming, plane trips and conferences.
Look around your house.
View the many different technologies and products which you have
As you look at each, contemplate each and every component of any product
which consists of more than one material.
Think about the stinking factories that employ huge numbers of people in
soul destroying jobs producing these various components..........
I am sure you get my drift.
We are all responsible for all of this.
Anyway - Merry Xmas folks - hope you get some snow up there on the other
side of the world.
Apparently Lapland is mushy and warm.