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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

War of the Worlds: Microbes or Pollution?

In the 1938 War of the Worlds and in the 2005 war, the aliens died from exposure to Earth's environment. In 1938, microbes probably killed the aliens. In 2005, Morgan Freeman said microbes killed the aliens too, but we think it was pollution in the air and water. We are calling on Steven Spielberg, in cooperation with the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the U.S. Environmetnal Protection Agency (EPA) to conduct and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a definitive determination. Where were the autopsies performed? Where are the results from those autopsies published? If you have any information, please feel free to provide it to our readers. I don't think there are any black people in this movie? In Brooklyn?
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