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    Nips away your dignity Fluffywolf's Avatar
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    Use your brain and dig a well like normal people do.

    Wildlife aside, digging a well is quite a bit easier than diverting a whole river. Just saying.
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    why not just move closer to the river?

    ounce of prevention is better then a pound of cure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtzk View Post
    You live in a village but your original source of water have diminished.
    There is a river just through a jungle, it is possible to divert it for your own benefit and draw it closer to the village. Closer to the village means less danger for the villagers but it also means that the natural life near the river will die.


    What is more right, to divert the river so that you and your own can live safer? or to let it stay where it is and travel to it with the risk of loosing members of the village?


    A third question is: Change is inevitable, but ought one to seek it? or let it fall where it may?
    Divert it.

    Why do you think the animals will die? They are capable of finding water.
    Just because you can doesn't mean you should.

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