The Bhopal gas tragedy happened 25 years ago, yet the causalties continue to pour in. When the Iraq war happened, US citizens poured into the streets to protest...however futile the protests may have seemed, the public outrage left its mark. In Bhopal, India, in contrast, where one of the worst industrial disaster in history occured, where people suffered and continue to suffer, the public (and government) apathy is appaling. A hunger strike that continues in Delhi to attract the ever-elusive government attention continues as I write these lines. Why does the gas tragedy repeat itself again and again in children born and raised in the area? Do we deem them a part of history too: to be mourned with the rest?