Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2004 20:40:29 +0200

Author: Urs Lauterburg

Subject: Re: Color Laser Printers


>P.S. It snowed here yesterday but it instantly melted, and we have now
>gone 10 days with at least a .10" of rain, I'm beginning to wonder if were
>in Seattle! Zig


here in Switzerland too it has been a rotten and extremely wet summer. In
fact the wetness does not seem to end and we are at the end of October,
usually the dry season of the area here in the middle of Europe. To me it
is really strange what big fuzz is made about certain issues and some
political activities while nobody seems to see or talk about the one big
issue of how all the exhaust the ''civilized'' world pumps into our very
vital atmosphere. The atmosphere composition changes will certainly show
some effects in the next few decades ahead. I just hope it will not knock
us completely out of tune.

Unfortunately it is always more clear what should have been done after the
disasters. It has always been this way in human history and there must be a
reason for it besides the universal laziness.

Regards from oversees


PS: I wonder how much C02 is produced by this E-Mail if taking everything
into account.

Urs Lauterburg
Physics demonstrator
LabVIEW wireworker
University of Bern

From Tue Oct 26 11:48:42 2004