--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Sal Sunshine <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> Yes, I am aware of the TMO dogma regarding "stress" in the 
> as I said.  That is why I am asking--do you really believe that 
> as defined in human terms, is what is responsible for natural 
> disasters, things that have been going on, by all accounts, for 
> millions of years, long before humans came on the scene?  And, if 
> do, how is this different from any other superstition?

I could have sworn I just said I didn't "believe" it,
but I didn't rule it out.

Let me see...

<looking down>

Why, yes, that's exactly what I said.

> Sal
> On Dec 23, 2005, at 2:50 PM, authfriend wrote:

> >  I don't "believe" it, but I don't rule it out either.
> >
> >  According to MMY, the root cause of natural disasters
> >  is stress, as you know.  Reducing the levels of stress
> >  in the "atmosphere" will therefore reduce the number
> >  and severity of natural disasters.  Seems as good an
> >  explanation as any for such a notion.

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