"Or changes the dang cat litter."...Now that is a decidely unpleasant aspect. Take, instead, rabbits. Rabbit "output" is beneficial to the environment and gardeners love it.
Yeah, The rabbits recycle, too.
posted on 03/30/2003 10:26:35 AM PST
(Just because your paranoid,doesn't mean they aren't out to get you. :)
"Yeah, The rabbits recycle, too"
Just read an article that rabbits are born with the ambition to die, and it is the rabbit raiser's job to thwart that ambition. SO: It's a good thing they do recyle - tho' not always as easily as one would presume . . . In terms of I/O, and the usefulness of the O, they are one of the most efficiently designed biological systems I have heard of. (Provided they live, or die in a manner to be recycled).
It's a good thing Schroedinger's example was a cat. Would hate to see a cute bun-bun in a complex function of alive and dead. They would tend I guess to the dead end . . .
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