G'day John, everyone
I'm not sure I buy into your comment. I can't work out if your intent was
to be educational or to induce a sense of guilt to produce the effect of
trying to coerce people into not going to see the bird.
Personally I doubt the amount of pollution/increase in carbon footprint
that was produced from the arrival of this one bird would be significant.
Or to look at it the other way, whether the abstaining of using resources
that were going to be in use anyway would be measurably beneficial in the
whole scheme of things.
On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 10:51 AM, John Harris <
> Hope all you twitchers are paying to offset your carbon emissions from
> your plane flights, otherwise it is not "harmless" as Greg puts it!
> Yours in all things "green"
> John Harris
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> >>> "Greg Little" <g...@gff.com.au> 14/11/2011 10:17 AM >>>
> It is good to hear people enjoying a
> little harmless madness.
> Greg Little
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