To: elfman2; semper_libertas; Wolfsview
Exactly, an equilibrium will always result and self-regulation will occur. This is just like the greenhouse effect (in a way). If worldwide CO2 is on the rise, plants will grow better (that's been proven) and CO2 goes back down. It's like you said, "a concept totally lost on most leftist".
What natural science theory do you base this on? You really have no basis for these assertions. Natural cycles are actually highly unstable with huge overpopulations and die-offs every few years. The North Atlantic fisheries system will reproduce this, just as the writer predicts.
"What natural science theory do you base this on? You really have no basis for these assertions.
Where do we disagree? External factors frequently affect systems that were in equilibrium, and fluctuations occur.
posted on 02/18/2002 10:38:22 AM PST
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