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Its a shame that we are destroyed much of our beautiful forests for intangible wealth. The profits made by logging companies will be long...

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Glen Barry’s got good instincts and clarity, and courage to say it out loud

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Comprehensive overviews make for difficulty of comments to well address the issues. I can only offer a few notes here: 1. such ancient saturated agrarian cultures...

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Dr Barry It is a shame that everyone has an agenda anymore and just can’t keep politics out of their...

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What the world needs is a spiritual awakening so our consciousness rises and so love replaces fear that is the governing emotion at present.

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Yes, Dr. Barry, the situation today on Earth is very alarming. So much of this has to do with our human species and the...

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