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Why Is That Topic More Pertinent Than Ethics And Values?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 10, 2003 17:53:51 UTC

Hi Robert
You wrote:
"How far along are we at achieving light speed with respect to travel? What accomplishments have been made towards the goal?"

It is a fascinating topic -- and what if the company/country is hostile to (y)our interests....the company/country which achieves superluminal velocities in industrial and military applications? Values and integrity matter. Thanks for caring.

Have you read the book,"Science for All Americans" ? It is a summary of what science is.
I think it was published with
the blessing of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. I was only a member one year so far, but I did study that book.


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