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DavePat (Fearless Blue)

Wednesday, September 17, 2008 - 04:13 pm Click here to edit this post
This last is among some of the funniest stuff I have ever read! It uses all the nonsense used for decades to fool people. It is just full of the same old nonsense.

1903 - what was the infant mortality rate?
1903 - the world was reduced to a dozen countries that were doing very very well. The rest were either slaves of the dozen, hadnt been discovered by the dozen, or in places the dozen didnt care about.
1903 - what was the life expectancy in those dozen countries?
1903 - how many wars were in progress, each to bring civilization to others. How many of them got civilized for the next 40 or 50 years?
1903 - you still went to the bathroom outside and poured your morning piss pot into the street.

Now for a little critical thinking based on facts about the industrial revolution.

The result of industrialization is that a poor man could now live like a rich man. He didnt have to eat using tin plates and utensils or use cooking pots that could not be properly cleaned. The rich used silver and iron to cook and eat with - the poor had to use wood or tin or cheap iron pots to cook in, or more likely open fire cooking on a spit. Bread in stone ovens which is not as healthy as brick ovens. The revolution was able to mass produce much cleaner cooking and eating utensils cutting down on a lot of desease and illness merely because the material was able to be properly cleaned after use, just like rich people! As a side note tin would continue to be used to store things far longer than it should have been merely because it was cheaper to produce and seal than glass - also it wasnt subject to breakage as glass was.

This will bring me to another item - is more oil used to produce gasoline than plastic? Is Nix telling us we need to get rid of our plastic bottles which dont break easily and return to tin and glass? Aluminum is difficult to produce and requires industrialization (aka electricity) to produce - so in nix's world as I can see tin would have to be used to replace our cans and other cooking and storage - or in other words he would like the tin content in the average human to go back to the levels of 1903 cause we are obviously living too long.

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