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Re: On-going KV debate

From: "Brian Bilderback" <bbilderback@h...>
Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 09:07:15 PST
Subject: Re: On-going KV debate

To a certain extent, yes, and all very good points.  However, I want it 
understood that I was not necessarily referring to the KV specifically,
using them as an example.  And the fact remains, despite the clans, they

still are, in the end, fairly unified when it comes to how they deal
other races and with space exploration.  As for the trend towards
unification on Earth, I'll believe it when I see it.

The point was, WE achieved space flight without unification, why can't
races? I'd love to see a story line where, when humans meet this other 
culture, after a few years of tension and even conflict between us and
aliens, we start learning more about each other, and building alliances
not necessarily alliances between all human nations to fight the aliens,
between certain alien "nations" if you will and our own, tenuous at
due to xenophobia, but growing, until the interplay between the aliens
between us and the aliens is as diverse and complex as our own

OUR differing views come out a hell of a lot more often, why shouldn't 

----Original Message Follows----
From: Thomas Barclay of the Clan Barclay <>
- the differing
views only came out in small moments. I think this goes a long way to
addressing your points.

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