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heh this is because we humans tested the nature the other day thats on september 10 and the nature reacted the very next day saying dont ever try this what if that could have been more devastating so please dont ever test nature

"the nature"? bleh, as far as nature is concerned we're insignificant. At a guess I'd say hurricane Ike has expended more energy than every human nuclear test combined, and it hasn't even hit Houston yet. --Brian McNeil / talk 09:02, 13 September 2008 (UTC)[]