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“We've designed chemicals with the intent of killing things. Our hearts, our blood, our genes are very similar to birds', to fish. The hormones that fish use in their reproduction are exactly, chemically exactly, the hormones that we use. Testosterone is testosterone, doesn't matter if you're a frog or fish, dog or cat or a human. So when you generate a chemical to kill one organism, to target some biological aspect of one organism, of course it's going to affect other organisms because we all have this evolutionary history that we share . . . If we're putting a chemical in the water that causes fish to develop abnormally, why do we think we can drink that water and be fine? If we're putting chemicals in the air that cause bees and insects to collapse and to undergo poor health, why do we think we can breath in that air and be OK?”

Tyrone Hayes, Ph.D., Professor of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley
Island Earth, 2017

“ . . . [Davita] Malo wrote a letter to Kenahu to pass along to the King [Kamehameha III] . . . ‘If a big wave comes in, large fishes will come from the dark ocean which you never saw before. And when they see the small fishes they will eat them up. The ships of the white men have come and smart people have arrived from the great countries which you have never seen before. They know our people are few in number and living in a small country. They will eat us up. Such has always been the case with large countries. The small ones have been gobbled up.’”

James L. Haley
Captive Paradise: A History of Hawaii

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat.”

Sun Tzu
The Art of War