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16 Sep 2004 @ 05:06, by Anthony Marsh

Scientists don't even understand how it happened in less than 150 years. I often wonder what would happen, if a disaster happens to whipe out humans in a city like Los Angeles. There is so many plant Nurserys, and botanical gardens there. Well this story tells about a baren island, that got planted up and became a rain forest.
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16 Sep 2004 @ 05:30 by qmal : Yes
Yes I like it, instant rainforest genisis, Yes  


16 Sep 2004 @ 06:27 by vibrani : Do you need to create a disaster
before starting a rain forest?  


16 Sep 2004 @ 10:06 by martha : cool link bushman
thanks....  


16 Sep 2004 @ 15:32 by bushman : Hmm
Accually yes, it seems, the magic is starting with a clean slate. It's a fact, that land must be churned, forces that creat rotting mats of organic materials, that again later get burried or washed down stream. How did they fix the channels in Vennis CA? They dynomited the bottoms, down more than 20ft. Its dust particals that rain sticks to, it's volcanos that spwew steam and other gases, even blocking out the sun now then, yes its disaster/destruction, that keeps life from stagnating on this planet. The artical dosnt really mention why the island they planted on was baren in the first place, other than the fact it wasnt totaly sterile, since there had to be microbes that break down the nutriants in the soil for the plants to survive on, long enough to create thier compost mat. But here on earth, all you have to do is rip open the soil any way you can, throw in some rotted organic marerials, and stir it up. What happened to the Mayan cities when the Mayan's disappered? Do you think they had plant nurseries and special gardens, here and there in thier cities? Poof, magic. :}  


16 Sep 2004 @ 15:48 by swanny : Hmmm Good....
Good and Puzzling story bushman

Thanks

swanny  



6 Oct 2004 @ 22:32 by astrid : Nature....
...always claims what Man has destroyed and abandoned.Everything always need Tender Loving Care....even if it comes in form of returning back to Earth. The big Q, of course, is the TIME needed to complete the Return to Nature. Just as an eaxmple here: Ships and planes at the bottom of the Ocean become coral reefes and habitats for countless little water critters.

Eventually there will be a new "nut" to crack for the Meek, who will inherit a very TOXIC( = Manmade wastes and poisons who's combinations of buildingblocks are not known to Nature at all ) Earth: how to deal with all that that Nature never has had a chance to learn how to deal with. Tht's the time --if not sooner-- to learn to master de-materialization, I think! If anybody is "into" it now or interested in it( as well as in teleportaion/ levitation etc. ) send me a note! :-)  



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