4th reaction - Carly Geller ES 112 Danny Spitzberg Section...

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Carly Geller ES 112 Danny Spitzberg Section #303 Reaction #4 This weeks readings and lectures sparked my thought about economic power and the impacts that our population has on the planet. As we spoke about in lecture, the big question of Life In the Balance was who is “us” and who is “we”. After much thought into this question of blame, I concluded that there is no right answer. It becomes a question of whom not to blame. Is it those who live their lives like John Francis who do not contribute to the harm of the planet? That could be argued, but his use of motor vehicles today add to the pollution in the air. Therefore, it could also be argued that those who live sustainably like Walker do add to the harm of the earth. If someone who lives a life like John Francis can still be blamed for the planet’s harm, who isn’t there to blame? This brings me to conclude that “us” and “we” relates to everyone one way or another. We, as citizens who live on this land, are all
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ENTOMOLOGY 201 taught by Professor Goodman during the Spring '12 term at University of Wisconsin.

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