Excerpts from pub.FUTURES (conclusion)

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Fri Jun 30 13:25:00 EST 1995


All species are subject to cycles of sustained growth and sudden
calamity.  It is a rhythm as old as life itself and an integral
part of the evolutionary cycle.

Known markers of a species in crisis are increased aggression, 
sexual dysfunction, and disease.


The number of AIDS fatalities continues to periodically double.

The disproportionately large sector of the population known as 
"baby boomers" is rapidly approaching the unpleasant end of the 
demographic python.

What is the probability that these two rising curves will both 
reach maximum intensity in the same relative time frame?


What is the current doubling rate for AIDS mortalaties?

Is it stable?

Is the capitalization of the funeral industry an expedient 

Is it a moral investment stratagy?

                   Life is change.......

Ronnal E. Chancellor

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