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 Mark Kurlansky - “With cultivation, the New York oyster industry thought it had beaten nature. But the city still didn't take care of its water. London, where oysters once came from the Thames, has a similar story.”
 Mark Kurlansky - “Chloride is essential for digestion and in respiration. Without sodium, which the body cannot manufacture, the body would be unable to transport nutrients or oxygen, transmit nerve impulses, or move muscles, including the heart.”
 Mark Kurlansky - “I hope Bush, with his interest in history, will realize that, in time, the fights over oil will look equally foolish. Government has the ability to foster research and develop existing technology to move the world away from oil.”