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From: matthew.malthouse@guardian.co.uk
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 11:47:30 +0100
Subject: RE: (urth) Meschia and Meschiane

On 28/03/2002 16:47:47 Dan'l Danehy-Oakes wrote:
  and before him Marc wrote

>That some trees on Green are carnivorous seems beyond argument.
>That some trees on Blue are carnivorous seems at least plausible.
>Spitting out copies, I'm not so sure about, nor could I, if you
>held a gun to my head, believe any argument given thus far that
>the trees spawn the Neighbors.
>> Is it the actual hybridization between plant and human that is too
>> hard to accept, or is it the idea of sentient trees?

>> Whatever else I may have done, I have made a huge case for the
>> carnivorous sentience of these trees, and I have tied them to
>> the vanished people regardless of whether eating humans creates
>> new neighbors. Does anyone want to argue that vital first step?
>The only part of this I question is the sentience of the trees.
>Carnivorous, certainly; related to the Neighbors, absolutely.
>> Trees = or approximate primitive neighbors;
>> vines = or approximate primitive inhumu.




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