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Is Morbid Curiosity a Good Thing?

Posted January 04, 2012 7:13 AM

For a fee, organizers are taking tourists along to study the ocean debris caused by the Japanese tsunami. While the science of tracking the Japanese tsunami debris and how long it will take to break down is critical, is it right to let tourists tag along, even for a price?

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Re: Is Morbid Curiosity a Good Thing?

01/06/2012 4:40 AM

Hell yes!!

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01/06/2012 6:38 AM

What would P.T. Barnum say?

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01/06/2012 9:24 PM

You can pay for the privilege to do almost anything. There are even people who will pay for the privilege to clean up after some devestating event. If they have the cash to throw away, I could use some...

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Re: Is Morbid Curiosity a Good Thing?

01/24/2012 11:26 AM

Sure why not, it helps with the cost and there are no people out there to be offended.

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