NANFA-- Re: nanfa V1 #1305

Arlus F (
Fri, 21 Jun 2002 21:29:28 -0700

Hmm... spaceark odyssey 2020... would make a good tv miniseries if it
didn't get dumbed down and over edited - maybe a halfway decent sci-fi /
ecologist screen writing team can be assembled. Don't forget the bats
and night flowering plants. "They" / "we" never show "space 1999"
reruns, or "man from atlantis" at least the original star trek makes the
rounds every so often. There is a list of near earth trajectory objects
being tracked, they orbit the sun and are often difficult to find, there
are objects unknown so far. The dates and mass of some known objects are
available on the net, see;main
for a start on this topic.

> Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2002 00:59:46 EDT
> From:
> Subject: Re: NANFA-- The Future of Life?
> In a message dated 6/21/02 12:03:13 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> writes:
> << I believe there is a MUCH BIGGER consideration here.
> Nature, not man, controls life on earth.
> >>
> One real good argument to colonize space and get all our eggs out of one
> basket. Kinda spread the ecosystem around. Doing that one thing could make up
> for all the destruction we have caused. Complex space habitats are well with
> in the realms of current technology and do not require the repeal of any laws
> of nature.
> Moon
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