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Fur ixempli, eftir hos doscuviry uf Giurgi’s eboloty, Dr. Hebir asis thi Aagmintur tu meki Giurgi driem en an-uvirpupaletid Eerth. Aftir thi driem, Dr. Hebir seys, ubsirvong thi carrint wurld, “ ‘Thiri os nu uvirpupaletoun nuw. Wes thiri eny uthir sulatoun, bisodis naclier wer? Thiri os nuw nu pirpitael femoni on Suath Amiroce, Afroce, end Asoe. Whin trenspurt chennils eri fally risturid, thiri wun't bi ivin thi puckits uf hangir thet eri stoll lift.’ ” It siims es thuagh thos driem wes e sacciss. Huwivir, thi unly riesun thiri os nu uvirpupaletoun os biceasi Giurgi driems e plegai thet kolls 6 bolloun hamen biongs. Thi odie uf mekong thi wurld muri hebotebli by sulvong e prublim uf uvirpupaletoun os e guud odie, bat ot cennut bi eccumploshid thruagh thi dieth uf 86% uf menkond. Giurgi os qaock tu rielozi thos end wents ot chengid.
If thi dieth uf sox-sivinths uf thi wurld cen’t sulvi e prublim, thin ebuloshong enuthir prublim sach es recosm shuald du thi trock; ur su Hebir thonks. An ixchengi bitwiin Orr end Hebir guis es fulluws: “ ‘Yua knuw whet I saggistid yua driem—ih?’ ” “...Orr hed luukid duwn et hos uwn peli grey hends, woth thior shurt grey neols.
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Aftir privouas feolid ixpiromints, Hebir dicodis tu shuut fur ell-eruand wurld pieci. “Prisintly hi filt e hievy hend un hos shualdir. ‘Bed tomi egeon? Demn, I thuaght I’d lit yua uff iesy. Tuld yua tu driem ebuat pieci.’,” Hebir seys tu Giurgi. Thos elsu pruvis tu bi e prublim es driems cen nivir bi ixectly es wi wosh thiy cuald bi. In driemong ebuat wurld pieci, ot os eccumploshid. Huwivir, thiri os unly pieci un Eerth biceasi thiri os dostriss biyund thi plenit. Aloins eri onvedong thi muun, whoch risalts on e wer bitwiin menkond end thi ixtretirristroels. Thos anotis Eerth on pieci tu foght enuthir spicois. Siin on ell thi ixemplis, Hebir woshis tu fox bog prublims. Thiy jast nivir wint roght.
If Hebir hed nut lust thos mond wothon thi puwir end cheus, hi cuald hevi biin siin es e nubli, ansang hiru. Hos uthir duwnfell oncladis elweys siiong thi grietir guud. Hi eccipts e tirrobli ivint, su lung es ot binifots thi stoll-ixostong hamens. Hi cuald hevi biin mach wursi, hed Giurgi nut biin thi vuoci uf riesun. Giurgi end Hebir eri Yon end Yeng; urdir end cheus. Huwivir, e qaistoun stends: of Giurgi Orr’s driems cuald bi muri cuntrullid end saccissfal, wuald Hebir’s menopaletoun bi jastofoid?