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68% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: re: Is living as part of a normal dynamic ecology sustainable?  - Mon, 15 Mar 1999 11:44:12 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) At 09:02 14/03/99 -0400, Debbie Anderson wrote: > There are just too many of us, >we are too destructive, and war doesn't seem to be an effective >population control factor anymore. ...
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68% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: knowing and harmony  - In reply to MV: >Date: Sat, 13 Mar 1999 22:38:33 -0800 >From: Mike Vandeman <mjvande@pacbell.net> >Sender: owner-deep-ecology@igc.apc.org > >I see minimization of our impacts as important (maybe more important that >almost anything else), but still falling short of "sustainability". >"Harmony" doesn't mean anything clear, as far as I can see, and so isn't...
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67% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: From: Mike Vandeman re: Is living as part of a normal dynamic  - Sat, 13 Mar 1999 15:13:05 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) ----------Forwarded----------- Date: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 20:32:24 -0800 In-Reply-To: <3.0.1.32.19990312093231.011510d8@mail.geocities.com> To: David MacClement <davd@geocities.com> From: Mike Vandeman <mjvande@pacbell.net>
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66% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: From: Mike Vandeman re: Is living as part of a normal  - Sun, 14 Mar 1999 07:31:00 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) [note from David: please send these To: deep-ecology@igc.org , not me. -------------Forwarded------------- Message-ID: <36EA9418.4D9B@carroll1.cc.edu> Date: Sat, 13 Mar 1999 10:36:42 -0600 From: rich coon <rcoon@carroll1.cc.edu> Organization: Carroll College To: David MacClement <davd@geocities.com>...
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66% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: [deep ecology] non- Deep Ecology views.  - Mon, 24 May 1999 07:12:02 -0500 Jill Taylor Bussiere (jdt@admin.itol.com) David MacClement wrote: >** As someone who has been critical of almost everything for most of my >life, I decided to call myself atheist a few years ago, and recently >extended this to say: "if concepts like beauty, inspiring music (which I >certainly know well), religion and philosophy would cease to exist...
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65% frugal: RE: "Good Neighbors"  - Thu, 17 Jul 1997 15:52:09 -0500 Gladys Strickland (gbs@engr.uark.edu) ------ =_NextPart_000_01BC92C9.637AB840 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
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65% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: knowing and harmony  - Fri, 19 Mar 99 10:22:17 -0700 Bruce Elkin (belkin@saltspring.com) Tim, Fascinating post! Tell us more please. Give us give take on 'lyric philosphy'.
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65% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: [deep ecology] Re: Tim's post about David's post  - Tim wrote: > There are many basic > principles articulated by Arne Naess that should keep this list in > discussions for the rest of our lives, yet they are rarely brought in.
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65% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: [deep ecology] non- Deep Ecology views.  - Tue, 25 May 1999 12:12:36 -0700 Julie Johnston (juliej@nanaimo.ark.com) Correction the "YOUNG EARTH TRUSTEES: Arts and Crafts (Address for Earthday 1999) should have read - Earthday 1970.
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65% David'sPageB:- Front page article on David MacClement (with photo), outlining his actions & views.  - Front page article on David MacClement (with photo), outlining his actions & views.
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65% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: Any answer to: "If you don't use it, someone else will!" ?  - David wrote: > ** How much attention should one pay to the response to a proposal that > people should reduce their impact on a limited 'resource'...the common response > being: "That'll just leave more for the rest (who are over-using), so they will be > able to continue their unsustainable ways even longer!"
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64% David MacClement; #1 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates); Pg1-AD11
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64% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: From: rich coon, re: Is living as part of a normal dynamic  - Fri, 12 Mar 1999 09:32:31 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) ----------Forwarded----------- Date: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 14:24:30 -0600 Message-ID: <36E8267B.23FC@carroll1.cc.edu> References: <3.0.1.32.19990311081458.00757d98@mail.geocities.com> From: rich coon <rcoon@carroll1.cc.edu> Organization: Carroll College To: David MacClement <davd@geocities.com> Subject:...
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64% David MacClement; #3 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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64% David MacClement's values, with www.coachlee.com/valugame/  - My most important value is:Freedom (independence and autonomy) For me this means: I decide what I do, within the limitations I've chosen to live under.
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/3142/MyValues.html

64% David MacClement's values, with www.coachlee.com/valugame/  - My most important value is:Freedom (independence and autonomy) For me this means: I decide what I do, within the limitations I've chosen to live under.
http://www.emucities.com.au/member/davd/MyValues.html

64% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: mother theresa or the tiger?  - Fri, 12 Mar 1999 17:35:08 -0800 Mike Vandeman (mjvande@pacbell.net) At 12:23 PM 3/12/1999 -0800, you wrote: >On Fri, 12 Mar 1999, Edward Kent wrote: > >> Actually you are wrong.
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64% David MacClement;#11 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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64% David MacClement;#10 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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64% David MacClement; #7 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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64% David MacClement; #9 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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64% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: Where Is Humans' Proper Habitat?  - Thu, 18 Mar 99 10:05:09 -0700 Bruce Elkin (belkin@saltspring.com) Hi Aruncus, Emergency is surely one sort of emergence, but far from the only one.
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64% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: [deep ecology] Re: book reviews  - Renee wrote: > Hi Eric, welcome to the list. Thank you, Renee : ) I would like to see . . . more book reviews and recommendations, > journal or magazine articles that move us in some way, experiences > to share with the list.
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64% David MacClement; #6 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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64% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: Mother Teresa or the Tiger? A little spider.  - Wed, 24 Mar 99 10:43:02 -0700 Bruce Elkin (belkin@saltspring.com) Peter, Thanks for your thoughtful post. Lots to ponder. Good questions raised. I agreed with everything you said and had one question re:
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63% Deep Ecology by Date  - Re: DE Question Liath Mactire Re: DE Question David MacClement Re: DE Question Liath Mactire Re: DE Question Bruce Boucek DE Question eric + michiko
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63% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: "sustainable"  - Fri, 19 Mar 1999 08:56:46 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) I regard words and language in general as a major method of communicating ideas, rather than as blocks with which to build a reliable structure, in the way premisses and logic are used to build a theorem.
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63% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: WHAT IS DEEP ECOLOGY?  - Sun, 30 May 1999 17:20:32 -0500 Jill Taylor Bussiere (jdt@admin.itol.com) At 02:51 PM 5/30/99 -0700, Eric wrote: >In the application of DE, how do you solve conflict between humans and >other species or land forms? > >This question has been raised before, but I feel it is worth some >discussion.
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63% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: [deep ecology] the hope for the world: women?  - Thu, 27 May 1999 15:44:17 +1200 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) At 15:59 25/03/99 +0000, Peter Carter <juliej@nanaimo.ark.com> wrote: > As Deep Ecologists, we're trying to learn for ourselves in the hope of >teaching others how to live in harmony on the planet. > We sometimes forget that the journey is as important as the destination. > Our "way of travel" -- our...
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63% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: Where Is Humans' Proper Habitat? & personal footprint  - Wed, 17 Mar 1999 09:34:24 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) At 09:44 16/03/99 -0700, Bruce Elkin <belkin@saltspring.com> wrote: >Liath, et al, >I forgot to include this reference in my last note.
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63% Deep Ecology by Date  - Re: DE Question Liath Mactire Re: DE Question David MacClement Re: DE Question Liath Mactire Re: DE Question Bruce Boucek DE Question eric + michiko
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63% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: Thanks, Julie. And here's my question(s) for May.  - Thu, 20 May 1999 21:52:57 -0500 Jill Taylor Bussiere (jdt@admin.itol.com) > >** Discounting the possibility that my several long posts in March put off >others (I no longer have such a high regard for my opinions), one other >possible reason comes to mind which depends on (a) my guess that almost all >list-members are in the northern hemisphere, i.e it's late Spring, and
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63% Deep Ecology by Date  - Re: DE Question Liath Mactire Re: DE Question David MacClement Re: DE Question Liath Mactire Re: DE Question Bruce Boucek DE Question eric + michiko
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63% David's reason for existence, "hard-scrabble"  - David's life, commented-on by R C Herman
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63% David's copy: Excite Search Results for "MacClement, "David MacClement""  - Click Here! Web Results Show: Titles only View by: Web site Amazon.com Search for: MACCLEMENT, "D... See what other people are searching for, try Search Voyeur For simplified results, try WebCrawler Search
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62% David's reason for existence, "hard-scrabble"  - David's life, commented-on by R C Herman
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62% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: from Peter Carter, re: Where Is Humans' Proper Habitat?  - Fri, 19 Mar 1999 16:34:36 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) Message-ID: <36F15F93.6F35@nanaimo.ark.com> Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999 20:18:27 +0000 From: Julie Johnston/Peter Carter <juliej@nanaimo.ark.com> To: David MacClement <davd@geocities.com> Subject: Re: Where Is Humans' Proper Habitat?
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62% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: Books That Instill Biophilia  - Wed, 17 Mar 1999 07:05:47 -0800 Mike Vandeman (mjvande@pacbell.net) At 01:20 AM 3/16/1999 -0400, you wrote: >>You should also point out that the probability is >>that any mutation begins with a single individual.
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62% Sustainable Living  - Sustainable Living Sustainable Living Name: David MacClement Subject: Our impact on the earth is a function of ... our consumption ** Adam has said: "[we should] expand the question of what we as individuals and as a community can do about our consumption patterns, population and the technology we use."
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62% David MacClement; #4 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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61% HotBot Directory: Editor Profile for davd  - Editor: davd Name: David MacClement Homepage: http://come.to/davd Send feedback to davd. I've moved around: 1936 - England; 1939-46 - Canada; 1946-59 - New Zealand; 1959-68 - Canada (got married); 1968-70 - Ghana W.Africa; 1970-78 - Ontario (both got PhDs & had 3 kids); 1979 - Nigeria (AhmaduBello University, Zaria); 1980-87 - New Zealand; 1988 - Malaysia, India(~6 months), Thailand;...
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61% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: [deep ecology] Re:Mike's response to David and Tim  - Sat, 22 May 1999 13:27:34 -0700 (PDT) Renee Lertzman (rlertzman@igc.apc.org) Mike wrote: >I am trying to find a solid foundation for the >activism/changes that I see are necessary.
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61% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: Persuading young relatives to choose to have one or no  - Thu, 25 Mar 1999 00:21:03 +0000 Peter Carter (juliej@nanaimo.ark.com) For me the emotional pain of the many mistakes that I made in 'bringing up' my two sons opened my heart to love more than anything in my life.
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60% Lycos Directory: Meet the Editors: davd  - Lycos Home > Meet the Editors Editor: davd Name: David MacClement Homepage: http://come.to/davd Email: Send Feedback All Sites... Click here to visit site
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60% David MacClement; #5 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site:  - my World Events& Predictions page; also: Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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60% What value: music, religion, ..? (Deep Ecology letters)  - What scale of value should we use? - letters to the Deep Ecology e-mail list.
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60% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: Any answer to: "If you don't use it, someone else will!" ?  - Sun, 30 May 1999 19:57:45 -0500 Betsy Barnum (bbarnum@wavetech.net) David MacClement wrote: > ** How much attention should one pay to the response to a proposal that > people should reduce their impact on a limited 'resource' (like reduce > their consumption - voluntary simplicity; reduce their visits to wilderness > areas; reduce the meat they eat; reduce the waste they create,...
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60% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: [deep ecology] Re:Mike's response to David and Tim  - Sat, 22 May 1999 22:22:06 -0700 Mike Vandeman (mjvande@pacbell.net) At 12:43 PM 5/22/1999 -0700, you wrote: >Mike wrote: >> >I thought Deep Ecology was ALL about an understanding / feeling of our >> >relationship / interconnection with Nature. >> >> Not for me.
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60% David'sPageE: minimum diet: bread, cabbage, carrots, peanut(s/butter), milk, butter, Marmite  - David's minimum diet:bread, cabbage, carrots, peanut(s/butter), milk, butter, Marmite
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60% Netscape Open Directory  - Help build the most comprehensive human-reviewed directory of the web
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60% Lycos Directory: Meet the Editors: davd - Lycos Home > Meet the Editors Editor: davd Name: David MacClement Homepage: http://come.to/davd Email: Send Feedback All Sites... Click here to visit site
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60% David MacClement; #5 on my philosophy/ social/ political/ teaching site: - my World Events& Predictions page; also: Davids minimum comfortable but ascetic human life, on under US$900 per year! (though not at higher latitudes than 40, nor in continental climates).
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60% What value: music, religion, ..? (Deep Ecology letters) - What scale of value should we use? - letters to the Deep Ecology e-mail list.
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60% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Is living as part of a normal dynamic ecology, sustainable? - Thu, 11 Mar 1999 08:14:58 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) ** Although the correspondence below deals with certain phrases, I want to focus on (i) whether, at any time in the last 4000 years, the way of life of all species on earth would have been able to continue indefinitely if human numbers and consumption-rate had remained the same, and (ii) whether it is possible to give...
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60% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: Any answer to: "If you don't use it, someone else will!" ? - Sun, 30 May 1999 19:57:45 -0500 Betsy Barnum (bbarnum@wavetech.net) David MacClement wrote: > ** How much attention should one pay to the response to a proposal that > people should reduce their impact on a limited 'resource' (like reduce > their consumption - voluntary simplicity; reduce their visits to wilderness > areas; reduce the meat they eat; reduce the waste they create,...
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60% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: [deep ecology] Re:Mike's response to David and Tim - Sat, 22 May 1999 22:22:06 -0700 Mike Vandeman (mjvande@pacbell.net) At 12:43 PM 5/22/1999 -0700, you wrote: >Mike wrote: >> >I thought Deep Ecology was ALL about an understanding / feeling of our >> >relationship / interconnection with Nature. >> >> Not for me.
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60% David'sPageE: minimum diet: bread, cabbage, carrots, peanut(s/butter), milk, butter, Marmite - David's minimum diet:bread, cabbage, carrots, peanut(s/butter), milk, butter, Marmite
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60% Netscape Open Directory - Help build the most comprehensive human-reviewed directory of the web
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60% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: [deep ecology] Re:Mike's response to David and Tim - Perhaps I should send this to Mike directly, but then again, perhaps we can all learn something from an open discussion. Let me know if I'm out of place.
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60% David'sPageE: minimum diet: bread, cabbage, carrots, peanut(s/butter), milk, butter, Marmite - David's minimum diet:bread, cabbage, carrots, peanut(s/butter), milk, butter, Marmite
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59% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: Mother Teresa or the Tiger? A little spider. - Mon, 22 Mar 1999 12:42:20 +0000 Peter Carter (juliej@nanaimo.ark.com) I think that we have only just discovered as a species that the reality of Life and any living species is not any single species, but the diversity of species.
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59% David's copy: Positive Futures VS:: Re: who I am - Yahoo! Games- play online chess, bridge, spades, backgammon Fri, 13 Mar 1998 07:56:26 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) At 14:41 10/03/98 -0700, Cheryl Day wrote: > ... >agreed even before we were married that we didn't want to work the rest >of our lives.
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59% DEEP-ECOLOGY apr99 discussion: ESN - EARTH DAY - Thu, 22 Apr 1999 05:24:45 -0400 Paul Petiprin (ashram@concentric.net) ALL THINGS ARE CONNECTED! The President in Washington sends word that he wishes to but our land.
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59% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: Thanks, Julie. And here's my question(s) for May. - David wrote: > Dear people on the deep-ecology list, > I'm somewhat puzzled by (i) the _lack_ of large numbers of posts to this > list, and (ii) the apparent reasons for posting most of the items that have > arrived, at least since I've been on it (3 months only).
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59% David's Questions (D's copy: "WebMonitor-Email Sent") - The form on: http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Vines/6723/PVA/index.html produced the message: www.geocities.com Email Sent The following message has been sent.
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59% David's Questions (D's copy: "WebMonitor-Email Sent") - The form on: http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Vines/6723/PVA/index.html produced the message: www.geocities.com Email Sent The following message has been sent.
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59% Positive Futures VS:: Re: who I am - Fri, 13 Mar 1998 07:56:26 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) At 14:41 10/03/98 -0700, Cheryl Day wrote: > ... >agreed even before we were married that we didn't want to work the rest >of our lives.
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59% DEEP-ECOLOGY apr99 discussion: Future scenarios. Also, your life: how much is enough? - Sun, 25 Apr 1999 09:33:56 +1200 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) ** Again, it's been rather quiet on this list over the last week, so, since I believe our view of the future should be debated, I'm reposting a letter I posted to another list over a year ago, hoping for more than the zero response I got then.
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59% David's copy: some New Zealand .gifs, eg. from Inst. of Geophysics, VUWellington - New Zealand: geophysical .gifs
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59% Re: Connecting with Nature; equinox musings - by Rodger Silvers (by way of David MacClement ) The seasonal cycles are certainly something I've become aware of in the last few years.
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59% Work and Family; David's selection from Positive Futures list; this is now a link page. - This is: http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/6783/WorkingVSfamily.html#top Work and Family; David's selection from Positive Futures list; this is now a link page.
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59% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: Mother Teresa or the Tiger? A little spider. - David MacClement wrote: >> To ask if it makes sense socially or ecologically for humans to inhabit every diverse ecosystem (including the oceans) on planet earth and then to work to colonize other planets, with the greatest respect to the pioneering spirit and to Carl Sagan, is a question that demands discussion.
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59% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: David MacClement's post - >** There seems little discussion of the view of life that leads one to don >the deep-ecology mantle. I was hoping to at least read such discussion.
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59% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Thanks, Julie. And here's my question(s) for May. - Fri, 21 May 1999 11:57:35 +1200 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) At 12:17 3/05/99 -0700, Julie Johnston wrote: >Hi Folks, I'm a little behind in my e-reading, but want to share a few >thoughts on David's question about when we know we've had a good life. > ... >2) Spending time with my young niece, just being and watching and >smelling and...
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58% DEEP-ECOLOGY apr99 discussion by thread - This archive was generated by hypermail 1.02. DEEP-ECOLOGY apr99 discussion by thread Most recent messages Other mail archives Re: #22 Herring resident/Gulf/DFO scient.comment/decline(Dave David Ellis
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57% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: "biodiversity", "species", "sustainable", logical - Thu, 18 Mar 1999 06:57:13 -0800 Mike Vandeman (mjvande@pacbell.net) At 10:10 AM 3/18/1999 +1300, you wrote: >** I believe this summarises what you've been saying: "If you killed that >one individual, [that] can destroy biodiversity, and hence can create a >permanent loss.
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57% Bera MacClement - candidate for The Greens in the Albany electorate NZ - Bera MacClement gives reasons why you should vote for The Greens with your Party vote, this New Zealand election (on 27 November).
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57% Re: Factors Leading to DE? - by David MacClement At 10:48 20/09/99 -0700, Eric wrote: >After the inspiring lists of ideas and actions by some people on the list >recently, I was thinking again about what factors are involved that lead to >such actions and a DE point of view.
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57% Deep Ecology by Thread - Ten Environmental Books David Orton, 21 December 1999 +Re: Ten Environmental Books Brian J. DE Question eric + michiko, 17 December 1999 +Re: DE Question Bruce Boucek +Re: DE Question Liath Mactire +Re: DE Question David MacClement +Re: DE Question Liath Mactire
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57% Re: Further Changes: in 2 parts. - by David MacClement At 21:07 4/10/99 +1300, I wrote the second of two e-mails about my views on sustainable living. ** Since they describe my guess as to how people in N America should be thinking of living sustainably, themselves, I've put the two e-mails onto a webpage: http://www.emucities.com.au/member/davd/Sustainable-Questions.html ** If that Australian site fails, try:...
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57% "deep sustainability": a definition - by David MacClement I have no comment. D.] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - http://www.islandnet.com/~ncfs/ncfs/ is described as: National Centre for Sustainability - Organization in Victoria, British Columbia which defines and teaches "deep sustainability." Web based training. http://www.islandnet.com/~ncfs/ncfs/dsstdefn.htm has: Deep-sustainability: a...
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57% DEEP-ECOLOGY apr99 discussion by subject - #22 Herring resident/Gulf/DFO scient.comment/decline(Dave BIG Government-Sponsored Environmental Conference in LA May 3-5 Black Bear Poaching in Virginia
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57% Re: Further Changes - Eric, Michiko and others - by David MacClement At 22:44 4/10/99 -0700, Eric Storm wrote: > It could be $10,000 without the house payments and the income taxes on >them. For this and a few other reasons having to do with a more >sustainable lifestyle, we are considering selling and buying or >building again so that we have no mortgage.
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56% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Fwd: Adventure Pass vs Wild & Free - Please pass this message on. Thanks. Announcing - " WILD AND FREE IN THE 21st CENTURY " - A Campaign . . . Friends - Wild Wilderness needs your help to send an irrefutable message to the Forest Service, the BLM, Congress and the President, that Industrial Strength Recreation is not an acceptable use of America's Public Lands.
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56% DEEP-ECOLOGY apr99 discussion by author - Alan Aronson Axel Dorscht Bruce Elkin David Ellis David MacClement David Orton Helga Hoffmann Jill Taylor Bussiere Mike Vandeman Paul Petiprin
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56% Are we the wrong species? - by David MacClement ** Yesterday I mentioned to my son that the two reproductive strategies (1/ very large numbers, low or non-existent care, large majority die before reproducing; 2/ very low numbers, great care for a significant fraction of lifespan, large majority reproduce) were not equivalent in effect, since the former enables a thorough search over a wide area, e.g. for food; provided...
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56% Re: Aqua Update - by David MacClement At 21:41 9/10/99 -0500, you wrote: >I last reported to you that Aqua, our mallard friend, had taken her >children >down to our neighbor's pond - a lovely spot.
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56% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: ok what's radical environmentalism and radical feminism? Help! - Murray (rachel.murray@utoronto.ca) Hello all... I know that talk without action is unproductive, but for the moment I have concentrate on being productive in an academic sense.
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56% Re: We are guilty when - by tully At 08:13 AM 9/15/99 +1200, David MacClement wrote: >but a general boycott would not happen because the vast majority of >people don't want to concern themselves with such esoteric matters.
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56% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: "biodiversity", "species", "sustainable", logical importance - Thu, 18 Mar 1999 10:10:03 +1300 David MacClement (davd@geocities.com) [this is mainly for Mike, but comments from anyone else on the deep-ecology list are invited.
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56% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: From: Mike Vandeman re: Is living as part of a normal - Sat, 13 Mar 1999 22:38:33 -0800 Mike Vandeman (mjvande@pacbell.net) At 07:31 AM 3/14/99 +1300, you wrote: >[note from David: please send these To: deep-ecology@igc.org , not me.
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55% DEEP-ECOLOGY mar99 discussion: Re: knowing and harmony - Sun, 21 Mar 1999 08:50:18 -0800 Mike Vandeman (mjvande@pacbell.net) At 06:04 PM 3/18/1999 -0800, you wrote: >In reply to MV: > >>Date: Sat, 13 Mar 1999 22:38:33 -0800 >>From: Mike Vandeman >>Sender: owner-deep-ecology@igc.apc.org >> >>I see minimization of our impacts as important (maybe more important that >>almost...
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55% Re: Entrepreneurial spirit - Subject: Re: Entrepreneurial spirit From: David MacClement At 11:43 10/06/98 +1200, Rod McDonald wrote: > .. >"entrepreneurial spirit".
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55% DEEP-ECOLOGY may99 discussion: Re: [deep ecology] non- Deep Ecology views. - Mon, 24 May 1999 15:27:16 -0700 Julie Johnston (juliej@nanaimo.ark.com) Throughout the history of human beings the means whereby we have connected with other beings and with our natural environment has been through the arts of music painting sculpture dance and drama.
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55% David's: 'Jobs and Money' re-examination. - David MacClement comments on whether jobs and money are as important now as they have been since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.
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55% Re: Prefix - by David MacClement At 10:23 13/09/99 -0700, Arden Buck wrote: >The [DE] prefix seems to have dropped off the subject line of recent posts, >making it more difficult to identify which posts are DE and which are >other. >How does that get appended, and how can we have that continue to be put >onto >the subject lines? > >Thanks. >Arden > ** Eric Storm put those on...
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