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Re: What Is Out There?

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Posted by Fred Alencar/">Fred Alencar on March 21, 1998 12:42:55 UTC

Hi I'm Fred Alencar. I've been intrested in astronomy all my life. I was surfing through the net when I came upon " The Astronomy Net Forum" and I saw your message that you posted, and I totally agree with you. People should stop worrying only about themselves and how to benefit only themselves, but learn how to worry about everyone else, how to help one another, and work together and forget about selfish things, there are millions of people dying in our world because they have no food, while filfy rich people are always wanting more and more. If people opened their eyes and put themselves in the place of the dying people in the world, they would realize how bad the situation really is. If most people thought this way our world would be a much better place. Helping each other we could also advance our knowledge of the universe, and of creation. We would also be able to answer such questions as: "What is out there?", "Why are we here?", "Did the universe have a begining?" Oh well got to go, if you happen to read this message, please e-mail me.

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