Amount of texts to »nature« 37, and there are 35 texts (94.59%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 159 Characters
Average Rating 3.270 points, 2 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 12th 2000, 17:13:07 wrote
Ruby Kyro about nature
Latest text on Jun 10th 2007, 22:15:41 wrote
john jewel about nature
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on Jul 5th 2001, 01:06:43 wrote
The Lad about nature

on Mar 31st 2007, 08:47:17 wrote
omid about nature

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Texts to »Nature«

Mazzy wrote on Sep 8th 2000, 16:58:15 about


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It's not in my nature to do what comes naturally.

whatevernext96 wrote on Mar 27th 2002, 21:01:40 about


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By nature, I'm a bit of a magpie – though I'm not really very fond of the birds.

Ruby Kyro wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 17:13:07 about


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Nature is a word often used to personify the natural world as opposed to human developments and settlements. But it can also denote the truest or distilled characteristics of a person, place, thing or idea, such as the nature of Nature.

rachel a b wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 02:57:31 about


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The debate of nature vs nurture is too dichotomous. Instead, let's look for ways that these two concepts intersect and interact. Then we will have a better understanding of the world.

Jim wrote on Aug 29th 2001, 21:51:58 about


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Why is it that food labelled »natural« or from nature is considered more healthy? Rot is natural, too, remember.

Daniel Arnold wrote on Jul 28th 2002, 19:11:31 about


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Nature is more influenced by man than we all can foresee. Everything we destroy or change – directly or indirectly – has more consequences on the whole system than we could ever imagine.
But it really would be very arrogant to think that we were able to destroy all life.
As long as we don't blow up the whole planet, I think nature will survive mankind in any form.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 4th 2001, 20:10:04 about


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I grow weary of people who claim that »natural« is, ipso facto, best. Cobra venom is »naturalSo is breast cancer. And the ebola virus.

Crea wrote on Jul 19th 2000, 22:06:03 about


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The history of Earth is a moving of leaves in the sun, closing behind the bodies of men,
as the grasses close after the hare, and the junipers after the fox.

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