DRUNK Posted May 30, 2008 Share Posted May 30, 2008 Myanmar might have done an excellent job handling their cyclone crisis. The survival of the fittest doctrine is interesting, and seems to have been proven throughout the history of human beings, and well, what better way to encourage this evolution in the 21st century than handling this disaster the way they have? The survivors might be a strong population in the future. This might go beyond genetics. The survivors of this disaster will be forced into supreme survival mode. The government has rejected aid from around the world. The government thinks they are preventing the influence of western nations on their population, but in fact, they are encouraging the survival that will create strength. The survivors of this disaster, if they get educated, should be great contributors to the world. This kind of hardship breeds human excellence. What do you think? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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