Saturday, June 24, 2006

inocuous enough..........;_ylt=AsVi0dbKBQF40KNlc8tpzHCs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA3ODdxdHBhBHNlYwM5NjQ- well, here`s the thing. there are those that assume that there is something wrong with certain people hearing differently. these same people then look to find "solutions" the "problem".
who`s to say that there is a problem that needs to fixed in the first place?
in the logic of arguement the premise needs to be valid for the arguement to be sustained. if the premise is flawed then the arguement fails.
this flawed premise is the basis for many issues that we deal with in our lives. we assume to readily that the premise is valid and true.
environmentalism is another case of an assumed premise. the media has pushed global warming, peak oil and the extinction of species and then sars and now the impending pandemic bird flu to ther point hwere the is an assumption of fact for the premise in the arguement for the environmental movement.
what we may actually be seeing is the hegelian dialectic at work; problem-reaction-solution. (thesis-antithesis-synthesis.) those who create the problem in the first place are suspiciously likely to magically just have the solution.......for a couple of hundred billion.

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