Re: Utah Miners
I'm not demanding that they continue the search- I said if there were workers who were willing to continue, they should.
And it's not necessarily the body that's more valuable than a worker's life, it's the peace that it will bring the families. Regardless of how much solid, dead-on proof that there is no possible way the miners could have survived, there is no way to really prove that they're dead without the bodies to show it. There will forever be thoughts of "what if" and hopes for miracles. Imagine the days and nights mothers and wives will gaze out of their windows, wondering, hoping that their loved one will walk up to the door one day and say, "Hey, guess what!" How can anyone accept that a loved one is gone just because someone says they are?