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A term with Biblical origins, often misused these days to refer to a merely worldly phenomenon - that of '''environmental pollution'''. While the physical pollution of the planet is a real problem, '''moral pollution''' has been recognized since the earliest times as the single greatest danger facing mankind, refering as it does to the pollution of men's souls with ungodliness.
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'''Pollution''' is contamination of a system with harmful foreign components.<ref>http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=pollution</ref>. The most common usage of the word pollution refers to [[environmental pollution]], which is contamination of the air, ground, or water with harmful chemicals. A less common use is noise pollution, which is "contamination" of a quiet space by annoying sounds.
  
Liberal [[environmentalist|environmentalists]] tend to be more concerned with environmental polution than with real pollution.  This liberal view has become a pseudo-religion which is leans toward Satanism and Facism, and is more prevelant in Canada, China, and North Korea.
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Revision as of 16:25, 11 July 2007

Pollution is contamination of a system with harmful foreign components.[1]. The most common usage of the word pollution refers to environmental pollution, which is contamination of the air, ground, or water with harmful chemicals. A less common use is noise pollution, which is "contamination" of a quiet space by annoying sounds.

References

  1. http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=pollution