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What Is Out There?

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Posted by 4degrees/">4degrees on March 13, 1998 04:27:19 UTC

that is a question everyone is asking today. it's a good question. why is it that we do not know what is out there?

we as a whole (human population) are not focused. we are to busy destroying ourselves. everyone knows what is going on. it is a pity that we all know where we are going if we don't change our ways.

the problem is that we all don't work together. all we're worried about is materialistic goods. if we we're to work as a collective effort working towards one goal on what is out there, we as a race of beings would be much happier. look at exploration as a whole. we have pretty much explored the earth. don't get me wrong, there are still a lot of questions that still need to be answered about our planet. a lot of people are bored with what is taking place here.

i think scientists should unite as well as different countries to move forward. instead of destroying ourselves let's work together towards "what is out there."

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