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The Question:
You have a red jar of cedar chips. Why do moths miss the forest?

The Answer:
The variants which are crucial to subsistence of the moths have been augmented due to the environmental shift caused by the deficit of the odor from the red cedar chips, as it applies to the ecological quotient used to sustain that particular life form through the metamorphosis segment of its unique life cycle, thereby causing the displacement of the surplus moths to a more advantageous locality (that is to say, my closet.) Those moths that choose to relocate are most likely missing the forest due to the fact that they are dead from the substitution of liberal handfuls of mothballs, in place of cedar chips. As communication no longer exists between the migratory surplus population and the primary population, there is no way to verify that the moths that remain within the forest are even conscious of the fact that they have nothing to miss.

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