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RE: Are We The Most Intelligent?

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Posted by alvin in naples on March 20, 2000 03:14:33 UTC

no we are not the only ones in the big picture, we are only one step out of the cave, with an ego that stops us from seeing just how small we are. i once saw a ufo above me and wondered why it didn`t land. and then i remembered captain cook from the h.m.s. bounty, how he couldn`t stop at the island`s on his 1,400 mile trip because of cannibal`s. at the speed of light it take`s 200,000 years to cross our galaxy. a long way to go. i bet if captain cook was here he could do it.
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alvin in naples

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