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All powerful Mother Nature /International Herald Trib. 04/20
by Theodore Carl Soderberg   
Rated "G" by the Author.
Last edited: Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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All powerful Mother Nature

Miles of gritty polluting volcanic ash travels across the Atlantic to Europe, upsetting airplane traffic around the world, and health concerns rise. It makes all the hand wringing and whining about global warming and pollution seem a touch insignificant. Humans now seem but an afterthought of Mother Nature.

Theodore Carl Soderberg, San Francisco

All powerful Mother Nature

Miles of gritty polluting volcanic ash travels across the Atlantic to Europe, upsetting airplane traffic around the world, and health concerns rise. It makes all the hand wringing and whining about global warming and pollution seem a touch insignificant. Humans now seem but an afterthought of Mother Nature.

Theodore Carl Soderberg, San Francisco

 

 



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