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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.
www.slate.com/blogs/the_vault/2015/08/06/history_of_hiroshima_panoramic_photographs_of_the_ruins_after_the_atomic.html?wpsrc=sh_all_dt_tw_top

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.
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> 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
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> 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)
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