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#1 - redwolfradolf
Reply +12
(02/22/2012) [-]
i don't see the point in the whole "Save paper, save trees thing"
I love forests probably more that the average person, but if they're already paper, they're not going to magicly turn back into trees if you don't use the paper.
#12 to #1 - thebaker
Reply 0
(02/23/2012) [-]
I always tought like that and nobody ever understood me. You win sir.
#2 to #1 - dreamthrow
Reply +4
(02/22/2012) [-]
The hippies logic is like "using less will create lees of a demand, which will cause the paper mills to make less."
Well guess what, paper mills make the same amount every year. Occasionally, they will make more, or less, due to their harvest.
AND, The way they harvest trees is incredibly efficient.
There is no harm done in paper.
#11 to #2 - xotheseusxo
Reply +1
(02/23/2012) [-]
No harm done in paper. I'm no hippie but that statement is completely false.
They are clear-cutting forests to make paper, but the demand for paper is just too high. we don't have enough forests on the Earth to sustain the demand. There are many alternatives like organic paper (yes it exists, OP you're a retard) and in all honesty, the best replacement is hemp paper. Not only is it environmentally friendly and a renewable source, more paper can be made from the same amount of hemp than the same amount of pulp. And paper mills don't make the ******* same amount every year not only do you have absolutely NO idea what you're talking about but you're also god damn ignorant. And by the way, that "hippie logic" you're bashing is actually true. Read a ******* book some day.
#3 to #2 - redwolfradolf
Reply 0
(02/22/2012) [-]
Economicly, it makes no sense.