Cornell News: No ice found at lunar poles [...]

Gregory Alan Bolcer gbolcer at endeavors.com
Wed Nov 12 13:54:35 PST 2003


You have to admit, though.  They both have about the
same likelihood to happen.  At least in my lifetime. 

Greg

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From: fork-bounces at xent.com [mailto:fork-bounces at xent.com] On Behalf Of Dr.
Robert J. Harley
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 1:50 PM
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Greg wrote:
>[...]  So I guess that means we have to wait for nanotech moondew
>gathering technology to mature first.

It's much easier than that!  Just make self-replicating robots
(programmed with self-programming software or course) and let them
invent the nanotech for us and put it on the Moon while we twiddle our
thumbs, then upload our brains to a big computer in the sky before our
bodies become extinct and be happy ever after.

Well, either that or stop smoking bad weed.

R
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