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#1 2003-11-26 04:57:47

Rxke
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From: Belgium
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Re: Travellers guide to Mars - About one of the pioneering Scientists

Spacedaily article

A blast from the past...

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#2 2003-11-27 02:04:17

Shaun Barrett
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Re: Travellers guide to Mars - About one of the pioneering Scientists

Thanks, Rxke.
    I empathised particularly with the frustrated resignation in one of his responses: " ... issues that were more or less resolved and should have been settled in the 1700s. (Sigh)"
    What pathetic creatures some of us humans can be.

    What an interesting old man. I would very much like to spend a few hours with him ... if he could stand it!


The word 'aerobics' came about when the gym instructors got together and said: If we're going to charge $10 an hour, we can't call it Jumping Up and Down.   - Rita Rudner

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#3 2003-11-27 04:57:04

Rxke
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Re: Travellers guide to Mars - About one of the pioneering Scientists

Liked the article, too... That's why i posted it, of course.
Guess what? The 'clickworkers' project mentionded in the article is still running, i submitted a new thread in 'Science and Technology', for everyone that might be interested. I recommend it.

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