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[Xmca-l] Re: Hiroshima and us

These pictures from Hiroshima after the bombing are a reminder of why we
don't need to make agreements about nuclear bombs or who has a right to
possess them or who hasn't but ban them entirely across the world. None
civilized nation should possess the ability to use one ever again.

On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 8:16 AM, mike cole <mcole@ucsd.edu> wrote:

> 70 years ago 70,000 people evaporated in Hiroshima, a few days after about
> as many were killed by Dresden-style fire bombing in Tokyo and just before
> like numbers were killed in Nagasaki.
> It seems worthwhile pausing for a minute to think about those bye gone days
> when we humans were not as skilled at mass extinction as we are now.
> Mike
> --
> Both environment and species change in the course of time, and thus
> ecological niches are not stable and given forever (Polotova & Storch,
> Ecological Niche, 2008)