We’ve all been fooled. The glaciers really aren’t melting. They’ve been stolen. Some sneaky Japanese people wanting to raise awareness about global warming traveled north or east, I am not sure, and stole huge hunks of a glacier and brought them to Hokkaido. It reminds me of the mentality of bringing in animals to zoos so we can study them in their fake, artificial habitat, or something like that.
What do you think about causing harm in order to create an overall good result? What about this end justifies the means mentality?
And, I wonder, the violin player, does that make the glaciers feel less homesick? Make them feel warm and fuzzy inside? Ah, now that would cause them to melt.