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RE: RE: RE: Civilizations In Universe

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Posted by Kip Crawford on June 20, 2000 18:17:27 UTC

Simple reason will dictate that we will discover new things as time goes by. 500 years ago the world was flat, 1 year ago the speed of light had not been exceeded. What will tommorow bring? In this vast universe the possibilities are endless. Unfortunatly there`s still way too many people with their heads still up their butts that still hinder (politicians & religion mostly) our understanding or study for that subject. Theories are not a proven fact but an idea that is feasible in our known laws of phyisics. Reasonable scientist or what-not need full reign to drive ahead. This process as we know it now is way to slow for our techniclogical level. I also think our way of advance thinking is stagnating at an alarming rate. Just my thought.

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