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From: "Urash, Tom" <turash@firstam.com>
Subject: RE: (whorl) Revealed at Last! What (Would Have) Killed the Inhumi	!
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 13:12:34 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Jim Jordan [SMTP:jbjordan@gnt.net]
> Sent:	Saturday, January 15, 2000 5:40 PM
> To:	whorl@lists.best.com
> Subject:	RE: (whorl) Revealed at Last! What (Would Have) Killed the
> Inhumi! 
> I still say that the secret (probably) is that when humans learn to live
> with each other in love and charity (not enslaving one another, for
> instance), the inhumi will follow suit, being imitators of humanity.
> That's
> why Quetzal is ambiguous, because he learned from Patera Pike. 
> Nutria
	In other words, when Blue becomes a Utopian society the inhumi will,
after sufficient feeding on and exposure to the ways of happy humanity,
become loving cohabitors on Blue? This seems so improbable to me; so much
sweetness and light. Besides, how is this peaceful ending a threat to the
inhumi, so much so that they would actively seek the destruction of the
one(?) man carrying the secret on Blue?


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