I take that as some assurance that the Burn will be rather less safe and boring than life in the default world. And, also, that the Burn is not a place that a rational person would take a child. After all, we don't bring dogs to the burn... and I have owned dogs that are much more capable than small children, and (to be brutally honest) less precious if lost.I acknowledge and fully understand that as a participant, I will be engaging in activities that involve risk of serious injury, including permanent disability and death, property loss and severe social and economic losses.
And yet people do bring small children. This year Rangers approached our camp twice looking for lost children. One can so easily imagine a child falling asleep in a tent at midday and quietly passing away in the heat like a baby left in a car. Not to mention all the opportunities for serious injury.
We go to BurningMan partly for the opportunity to participate in things that are too extreme for the default world. That is one of the great joys of the Burn. So I assert that if the Burn is safe enough for children, then the Burn has become too safe.