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"Disagreement: the initial blast of the exploding stove is determinably smaller (and likely proportional from 1 person to another) in public scope than the bomb (ie. 1 person to multiple), while ensuing flames are incidental and largely unpredictable. Hence civil stewardship is unnecessary"

No, the principle is the same. I.e. that accidents can happen on your property and cause damage and injury to another. Your gas tank can explode.

"Sorry, it's another way to say that the virtual principle of 1 individual being ethically conscientious of another's life or death is practically lost with multiple rounds to 1 trigger mechanisms (tough to describe but hope that clarifies)"

I am still not sure what you mean. What does multiple rounds have to do with anything? Why si there a moral difference?

In any event, what does all of this have to do with my original post?

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...