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Scientific environmental protection

From the July 1984 issue of The Christian Science Journal


Let us consider, for a moment, some possible headlines—ones that might have been written about events that concerned the lives of our neighbors, and possibly our own lives, directly or indirectly. "Record-breaking cold hurts peach crop," "Floods damage homes, spring plantings," "High waves erode beaches, demolish homes and hotels," "Industrial waste hurts fishing industry," "Attacks by terrorists increasing.