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Re: Anti Grav......

From: Allan Goodall <agoodall@s...>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 1997 18:23:58 -0400
Subject: Re: Anti Grav......

At 10:56 AM 4/23/97, Alun wrote:
>As a Welshman, I have to agree with the sentiments here :-)

I take it that Alun is the Welsh spelling? Allan is the Scots spelling.

>I'm not getting in that thing !
>I've heard some worrying things about the effects of strong magnetic
>on the human brain - it seems that they can cause some VERY weird
>subjective experiences.

That was the first thing I thought of. Mind you, it should be possible
build a suit that could with stand the effects. I wonder how many
uses there are for this. I suspect that it could help out with fusion

>Life on Europa ? Is this the idea that there *could* be a liquid ocean
>the ice,
>which *might* be able to support life, is is there any new evidance ?

As far as I know that's where it stands. The current questioning seems
to be
more along the lines of whether or not the water on Europa is liquid or
fully solid, not whether or not there is water there at all.

Allan Goodall: 
"You'll want to hear about my new obsession.
 I'm riding high upon a deep depression. 
 I'm only happy when it rains."    - Garbage

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