more activity

This morning I witnessed an amazing sunrise on the mountain which inspired me for the day. There were more people out earlier than before. I am hopeful that as a counter balance to all the noise and activity, more kids will come out on the mountain on their own and breathe in the air and have a private experience on Buttermilk.


5 Responses to “more activity”

  1. 1 Tonia December 11, 2007 at 9:20 am

    Beyond getting young adults inspired about the scenery the other hazard you are neglecting to mention is the environmental impact a non-local, mechanical, labor intensive scientific investigation would have!! Though I am not a scientist or an expert on the scientific method I’d imagine that it is worth mentioning that the carbon footprint of any largescale endeavor would be tremendous dont you think?!?

  2. 2 drjimvaile December 11, 2007 at 10:44 pm

    Tge sooner we get funding and get some help in figuring out exactly what is going on, the sooner we figure out how Buttermilk impacts the environment!!! Preaching that stuff before the effort has gained momentum is like shooting us in the foot, Tonia

  3. 3 Tonia December 12, 2007 at 9:49 am

    When asking for funding are you suggesting an low impact way of conducting this investigation or are you dismissing the environment entirely? 🙂

  4. 4 LocalsOnlyBrigade December 13, 2007 at 9:55 pm

    You want an answer to why stuff is happening on the mountain? Too many tourists. Some gaper goes off by himself, no one else around. I’m not surprised something happens. You gotta first have respect for the mountain, or you’re just asking for it.

  5. 5 ALzCru1sad3r December 14, 2007 at 2:04 pm

    Tonia bring up a good point. the environment must be protected at all costs. That beign said, i believe wholeheartedly that there must be something going on in that place. Dr. Vaile should be commended for his research in this area because paranormal activity, geological or otherwise, is around us everywhere and merely denying that it exists won’t make it go away.Just ask the people of Loch Ness…

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