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Surfing is Supposed to be Paradise Every time a new untouched paradise is discovered the first thing everyone wants to do is visit it By their united enthusiasm to find these sanctuaries people bring the cage of society with them Very quickly it becomes necessary to erect bars to keep people out William Tucker Is Nature Too Good For Us William Tuckers essay Is Nature Too Good For Us discusses the complications with the environmental movement to set aside pieces of land as wilderness One of the main points of Tuckers argument brings up the problem with preserving natural land as wilderness is that these wild paradises often conflict with peoples desire to visit these paradises and experience them Tucker uses the example of Kauai as a paradise that has been ruined by the overuse and overpopulation Tucker describes how in 1964 the Sierra Club put out an article on the relatively unknown island and by 1979 Time magazine ran an article in which some of the local people expressed their desire to keep outsiders out The issue of protecting paradise is a hotly debated topic that is currently being fought over by surfers To a surfer nothing is more rewarding than the search and discovery of perfect uncrowded waves This notion of the search for uncrowded surf was brought to the attention of the general public with the 1963 release of Bruce Browns The Endless Summer The film documented two surfers traveling around the world to exotic locales previously left unexplored by the surfers of Western civilization The images that Brown brought back to mainstream movie screens forever changed the lives of surfers This film changed how surfers viewed the world No longer were surfers confined to their local coastlines they were inoculated with
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