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THE GREAT FOG

for the layman to notice. In our atmosphere, that wonderful veil and web under which we are sheltered and in which we grow, we have a condition of extraordinary delicacy. The right-or rather the precisely wrong-catalytic agent can send the whole thing suddenly into quite another arrangement, one which can well be desperately awkward for man. It has taken an amazing balance of forces to allow human beings to live. That's the balance you've upset. Look out."
He studied his audience. There they sat, complacent, assured, only a little upset that an overexcitable colleague should be behaving unscientifically-hysterically, almost. Suddenly, with a shock of despair, Sersen realized that it was no use hoping to stir these learned experts. These were the actual minds which had patiently, persistently, purblindly worked the very changes which must bring the house down on their heads. They'd never asked, never wished to ask, what might be the general and ultimate effects of their burrowing. We're just another sort of termite, thought Sersen, as he looked down on the rows of plump faces and dull-ivory colored pates. We tunnel away trying to turn everything into "consumable goods" until suddenly the whole structure of things collapses round us.
He left the rostrum, submitted to polite thanks, and went home. A week later his botanical hosts had ceased even to talk about his strange manners. Hardly anyone else heard of his speech.

The first report of trouble-or rumor rather (for such natural-history notes were far too trivial to get into the battlecrammed papers)-came from orchard growers in deep

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