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Posted by Clerk on March 15, 2004 05:09:30 UTC

This Is Easy To Solve, Like The Mysteries Of Time And Space
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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on March 14, 2004 05:22:55 UTC

Hi Josh,
You wrote:
"Get out your thinking caps and come up with some nice insane solution."

This seems apt, since all scientifically significant posts are removed from the web site when nobody is looking.

Rather than preventing the inevitable destruction of the Earth, as you propose,
one might take Buckminster Fuller's advice when he wrote,"Don't oppose forces; use them."

In this vein, we could calculate our options using the arcane math of Dr. Dick, the hotheaded physics of bruce, and the deeply insightful cheerleading of a CNN news anchor ...
to concoct a truly troubling miasma of miscomprehension. The universe is not unaware that a deep confusion is roiling in a local part of itself. It would pull its energy resources from the blackhole and redirect that energy toward a possibly futile attempt to untangle the confusion.
Ooops...sorry. You asked for an insane solution. But when CNN et al are cited, there is no way to be insane by comparision.
PS I like CNN.

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